It has been three years since Google introduced a feature called “Nearby Notifications”, which made it possible for Android users to find “apps and content” based on their current location.
Google announced Android P back in March this year and has since then proceeded to release quite a few beta/Developer Preview releases of the OS. The company had already confirmed that it will be releasing the final version of Android P in Q3 2018. Now, as per reliable leaker @evleaks, Google will drop the final version of Android P to the public on August 20.
In a move that is going to surprise many, OnePlus today announced that it will be updating its two-year-old OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T to Android P.
Google today released the newest developer preview into the wild, bringing Android P one step closer to the public launch later this year, following previous beta releases earlier this year.
At the beginning of June, Google officially released the third Developer Preview for the upcoming Android P release.
Less than two weeks after Google released the second beta of Android P, OnePlus has also gone ahead and released the second Developer Preview of Android P for the OnePlus 6. Apart from the usual bug fixes and enhancements made by Google as a part of Android P, OnePlus has also added some of their own OxygenOS features to the build.
Despite Android offering plenty of customization options, Google has not added themes support to it. Third-party developers, however, managed to find a workaround to this limitation and developed the Substratum theme engine for Android Oreo.
Dark themes are all over the place, with people requesting the ability to switch between the two as they see fit.