A little over three weeks after entering beta at Google I/O, Android O is now on its third developer preview. This release will likely continue to add stability and refinement after the previous release announced a number of new features, like Notification Dots. We’re compiling a list of all the changes and new functionality, so follow along.
While we are still awaiting what the next version of Android will officially be named, Google has confirmed that O will be API level 26. Finalized with DP3, it includes hundreds of bug fixes and optimizations. This finalization means that developers can publish their apps targeting Android O to the Play Store on alpha, beta, and production channels.
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