Google has released the fourth and final public beta of Android 13. This is made available for those who are interested in the upcoming update before it is made available to the public. The beta update provides an early preview of the changes coming so that developers can prepare their applications to suit the Android 13.0 system.
Announcing the new update to users, Maru Ahues Bouza, Director, Android Developer Relations, via a post wrote;
We’re just a few weeks away from the official release of Android 13! As we put the finishing touches on the next version of Android, today we’re bringing you Beta 4, a final update for your testing and development. Now is the time to make sure your apps are ready!
The new update comes with a few changes that include Support for the new Bluetooth LE Audio standard, more options for customizing app icons, a new photo picker to limit which images an app can access, and a new permission to cut down on unnecessary notifications are all features that have already been seen in earlier beta versions of Android 13.
Android 13 has the same tablet improvements that were added to Android 12L, which was a small update with improvements for big-screen devices. Relatively speaking, Android 13 brings fewer user-facing enhancements than the Android 12 upgrade from the previous year, although that might be a blessing for a smoother experience, including non-pixel devices.