Google's Android 11 roadmap has been hitting all sorts of snags lately. The original Google I/O May 12 to May 14 event was canceled entirely, due to COVID-19. With it, the anticipated Android 11 Beta release morphed into a fourth Developer Preview build of the OS. The then scheduled June 1 Launch Show online event was later postponed to June 3. And in the latest development, that date has now been scrapped, as well, pushing the whole thing back an undetermined amount of time.
We won't now be hearing more about Android 11 on June 3, as Google responds to ongoing world events.
Sodar is an experimental augmented reality app that draws a two-meter 'bubble' around your phone.
Google announced this weekend that it was delaying its planned release of the public beta version of Android 11 and The Beta Launch Show, a live streamed event to present major Android updates and announcements. In a tweet announcing the news, Google said that “now is not the time to
Android Studio 4.0 is here with a Motion Editor, a Build Analyzer, and Java 8 language APIs. Google also improved the CPU Profiler and Layout Inspector.
Google is adding Dark Mode support to its Google Search apps for iOS and Android, with the new feature to begin rolling out tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time.
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