Second Developer Preview of Android 14 Enhances App Customization


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The second Developer Preview for Android 14 has been made available by Google, giving app developers an early look at updates to the Android operating system.

With the addition of stylus support, the second developer preview gives programmers new tools for converting their apps for tablets’ and foldables’ big screens. Early in February, Google released the first developer preview of Android 14. It included a small number of incremental changes to the operating system, such as smarter font scaling for better accessibility, support for passkey authentication, the ability to set different languages for different apps, and adjustments to make sure that apps only download files over Wi-Fi rather than mobile data.

After terminating developer previews in late March, Google will continue to receive feedback in preparation for the April release of the Android 14 beta.

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