- Google introduces Android 13 Go Edition
- Android 13 Go Edition brings Google Play System Updates, Discover, Material You, and more features
- Android Go has presently more than 250 million active devices
Tech Giant Google announced Android 13 Go Edition. With the Go Edition now available for the latest version of Android, the tech giant introduced a new feature called Google Play System Updates, which makes sure the devices running Android Go get important software updates easily without straining the device storage.
Introduced five years back, the Android Go edition operating system powers over 250 million monthly active devices, according to Google. The Android 13 Go Edition brings the Google Discover, and Material You along with the Google Play Updates.
Android 13 Go Edition Features
Google Play System Updates
With the Android 13 Go edition, low-cost phones will now get Google Play System Updates. The software giant states that this will ensure that software updates won’t require a lot of storage space. This is especially advantageous for entry-level phones, where storage is scarce. With this, the smartphone will no longer have to wait for a big software release to stay up-to-date.
The Android 13 (Go edition) would bring Google’s ‘Discover’ feature. It would allow users to access a list of news articles based on preferences by swiping right from the home screen.
Android 13 (Go edition) will bring a ‘Material You’ design. This will enable customization options for a personalized experience. Google says the material design will allow users to customize their phone’s color scheme and the entire home screen. It offers four corresponding color schemes to choose from while changing the wallpaper.
The update also brings key Android 13 features like notification permissions, app language preferences, and more to Android Go devices.
Android Go has several useful features that focus on optimizing the available memory and storage space, the ability to translate and listen to text from the recent screen, hibernating apps that haven’t been used for a while, and a privacy dashboard similar to the normal version of Android.
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