Google Releases First Android 13 Beta for Pixel Devices

Android 13

Google has officially released the first Android 13 beta for Pixel devices. The new operating system aims to take Android back to its roots as a big-screen computing experience, and the beta provides a tantalizing preview of what is to come. The new version will let you control connected devices with your voice and pen. Here are some of the new features that you can look forward to in Android 13.

The first public beta of Android 13 is limited to the Pixel phones, but the program isn’t limited to these devices. The company also provides tools that will allow users from other Android devices to download and install it.

Although this new version of Android is a stable version, there are still many bugs to work out, making it a risky choice to run it on your daily driver. You’ll need to run a developer preview first before you upgrade to the public beta.

After developer previews, Google has finally released the first Android 13 beta for Pixel users. This new OS offers three new features that developers will surely love, including Bluetooth LE audio support and MIDI 2.0 musical instruments.

Other notable improvements to this version include push messages, an improved request app, and more. As always, there’s no way to know exactly what’s coming next until it’s released, so get in on the action while you can!