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Android “Pineapple Pie” Developer Preview Teasers Appears Online

Android Pineapple Pie

It is almost a year since the Latest Android Oreo was released ,but still only 0.7 percent of Android devices are running on It. At the same time Apple released its latest iOS 11 couple of months back and more than 50 percent iOS devices are running on it. But this is not slowing down the moral of Google’s effort to tease the Next version of Android i.e. Android P. Some clues were shared by the organizers of Google I/O conference which is to take place in May. Also the name of the upcoming Android is teased by showcasing a upside down  Pineapple cake.

Android Pineapple Pie
There is still much time before Android P reaches customers but, it appears that the developer community is gearing up to welcome the first developer preview. This is evident from a new message in the Gerrit repository of Android Open Source Project (AOSP).
The promising message reads “The future is now (2018 edition)“, inviting attention from enthusiasts. Google is expected to share the first glimpse into the developer preview of Android P at Google I/O 2018 conference but we might see alpha builds cropping up sooner.

The two things Google will focus in the next Android version. Firstly the Google will strongly try to push security to the next level against the malicious software’s and give users better privacy controls.Secondly Google will try to make Android experience more graceful by integrating AI based Deep learning algorithms. Android “Pineapple Pie”
What Google has for developer community will be seen at Google I/O 2018 which is scheduled to take place from 8 May to 10 May. Meanwhile, there is a lot of discussion about the possible name of the next version of Android and Pineapple Pie seems to be one of the convincing options so far.


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