After entering the Beta Program at Google I/O last month, Android O is now on its penultimate developer preview. This release provides developers with final O APIs and an official SDK, while stability should only improve from this point onwards.
The previous release at I/O 17 introduced new features like Notification Dots and Autofill with Google, while explicitly naming others like Smart Text Selection. For the Android Beta, it critically added Compatibility Test Suite approval for apps like Android Pay.
With API level 26 finalized in DP3, developers can now begin publishing apps targeted for Android O to the Google Play Store. For a full list of what’s new, check out our updating gallery of all the changes and new features.
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