Fourth Developer preview of Android N released by Google

Fourth Developer preview of Android N released by Google
The final version of the Android SDK has started to roll out today to developers, along with the fourth Developer preview of Android N. And Google's announcement also notes that all APIs are now final. Devices that are signed up for the Android Beta Program will shortly receive the update. Android N will be released by Google some time this summer.

The fourth Developer preview is available for the Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, and Pixel C devices. Other compatible models include the  General Mobile 4G Android One device, and the Sony Xperia Z3.

Since the APIs are final, developers can now publish updates that use API 24 to the Google Play Store. Google suggests that developers test how well their apps run on Android N by using Google Play’s beta testing feature to get feedback from a small number of users, including those running the Developer preview. Google then recommends that developers stagger the updating of the app until the new version is available to every one.

If you have a handset that is capable of receiving the preview versions of Android N, you can sign up for the Android Beta Program by going to

source: Android

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