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Android 13: Google’s Latest Version

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Android 13 has been in the works for a long time, and many people worldwide believe that the number 13 is bad luck. Still, Google promises at their Google I/O Annual Conference that the 13th version of Android won’t be so bad after all because it will have some powerful features that can’t be ignored.

Every year, Google I/O happens in Mountain View, California. Google released Android 13 to the public at I/O 2022. (beta version for selected users for now). Google has said that it will make some important changes to the technical parts of its software roots. Here are some of the best things about Android 13, which will be out soon:

Personal information and files are shared in an organized manner.

Google wants to give you more control over the personal information you send and receive, and it wants you to decide what kinds of files your apps can access. First, access was given to all of the “Files and Media.” Now, access is given to “Photos and Videos” and “Music and Audio.”

Also, Android 13 will give you a new photo selection command that lets you choose which pictures or videos you want to share without giving access to your whole library on the device.

The material in Android 13

Material You is a new piece of software that came out with Android 13. It lets you change your User Interface (U.I.), which is based on your wallpaper, and changes how your device looks. In Android 13, new colors will be based on themes, and the “Material You” feature will be added to the icons of any third-party apps you download.

Google added media controls to its “Material You” service. When you play music, the music player tab will change to the color of the album cover, and the audio progress bar will turn into an audio wave that moves in time with the music you are playing.

Google Wallet

we will sea lot of new things added to Google Wallet. You can store the digital versions of your important files and documents, such as your credit/debit card numbers, office I.D. card information, vaccination records, student I.D. card information, and so on.

With this feature, all your important information will be in one place, so you won’t have to carry around as many files and cards. Google is working on these new features with the help of many countries’ governments to ensure that digital copies of important documents replace paper copies.

Google Wallets will also let you share your digital records via NFC or Q.R. Code. This means that a person’s personal information can sent to an official faster than if they had to hand over their physical records.

You can also use Google Wallet to connect with other apps. For example, suppose you have a Transportation Card saved in your Google Wallet. In that case, your Card balance will automatically show up on Google Maps when you look for directions to your destination.

With this feature, if your Transportation Card is almost out of money, you can add more money to it to pay the fare before you get to your final destination. You can expect to see these new features of Google Wallet in around 40 or more countries later this year. However, India will not see these features because they still have to use Google Pay.

SOS feature in Wear O.S.

If something bad happens, we trust our phones to be the best way to communicate our messages. Emergency SOS added to Android 12 by Google. It lets you get help from a trusted person in your contact list and lets your phone share your emergency information even when it is locked. Now, Google is bringing the Emergency SOS to the Wear O.S. Smartwatches with the Wear O.S. will get the Emergency SOS feature later.

Language customization for Android apps 13

People who know a lot of languages can now choose their preferred language for applications where they want to use that application in their preferred language. This is a great feature for people who don’t know how to use the phone’s apps in just one language. For example, some people speak English but prefer to write in a different language. These people can now use messaging apps and change them to write in the language they prefer.

RCS Messaging System

Google is also improving the Short Message Service (SMS) by changing it to Rich Communication Services (RCS). RCS will have better privacy features for one-on-one and group chats, like encryption from end to end. With Rich Communication Services (RCS), you can send images without lowering their quality. With RCS, you can also share larger files.

Allowance for Bluetooth Low Energy in Android 13

Google has put a Bluetooth L.E. Audio broadcast audio feature in its most recent phones, starting with the Android 13. Bluetooth L.E. Audio is a Bluetooth transmission system that uses less power. In this system, Bluetooth uses the Low Complexity Communications Code to reduce the power it uses in a device. Bluetooth L.E. also improves the quality of the audio transmission. You’ll receive additional features like –

  • Location-based sound sharing
  • Audio Broadcasting on Multiple Devices
  • Hearing Aid Support

Location-Based Audio Giving and Multi-Device Audio Broadcasting lets an audio source device send its streams to other audio sink devices. This means you can stream music from a device like your smartphone to other audio sink devices like your P.C. Or other smartphones, turning them into a single Bluetooth-powered speaker system. You can also listen to the audio stream of another device by scanning its Q.R. Code or entering its Name and Password.


We finally look at what the Android 13 can do, but it will still be a while before it comes out. Also We can probably expect to see a lot more versions of Android before we get one that works well on backed devices. We hope this article has excited you about the launch of Android 13 and its amazing new features, which Android users will soon be able to try.

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