Google announces the launch of the third beta version of Android 13 and is getting closer to the final version.
That means there won’t be any significant changes to Android 13’s APIs, and developers can adjust their apps for the release as it rolls out to consumers.
The first developer preview of Android 13 arrived in February, the first public beta arrived in April, and the second public beta came with a big I/O announcement in May.
Android 13 is a smaller update that takes these features a step further in the form of app icon themes and preset UI color variants. The company focused on improving privacy and security with this release, but it also made some visual changes under the Material You design, which it first launched with Android 12.