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Android 13 Will Let You Know Which Background Apps Are Draining Battery Life

Google’s upcoming mobile OS release will include several battery-saving features designed to improve battery life. There will be a system notification in Android 13 for apps that use a lot of battery in the background. Google has released the second developer preview of Android 13, which adds new features such as notification permissions, Bluetooth LE audio compatibility, and in-system elements.

According to reports, the Android 13 operating system has also incorporated a beneficial feature that warns users if an app is taking too much power in the background. When an app drains too much battery throughout 24 hours, Android 13 users will receive a system notification. The initial developer preview of Android 13 is now available for download for Google Pixel 4 and subsequent variants.



As seen in the settings, Android 13 will be dubbed Tiramisu. Android 13 will, according to the software company, place a renewed emphasis on privacy and security, as well as productivity. Android 13 will include a system photo picker as one of the new features. Developer Preview 1 of Android 13 is primarily for developers to work on Android apps in preparation for the future Android upgrade. It’s now available for a limited number of Google Pixel devices, with more Android flagships to follow. The Android Emulator on Android Studio can also be used to test the latest Android 3 update (DP).

The Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL, Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a (5G), Pixel 5, Pixel 5a 5G, Pixel 6, and Pixel 6 Pro can all run Android 13 Developer Preview 1. Android 13 will provide a better user experience with increased privacy and security. Android 13 has a system photo picker that allows users to share specific photographs and videos with apps while protecting personal media files. Android 13 will allow apps to discover and connect to adjacent devices over Wi-Fi without access to the user’s location. Other changes in Android 13 include the Jetpack library, which will improve the user experience, and the Quick Settings Placement API, which will allow active Quick Settings tiles to be placed.


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