A fresh Android N developer preview continues to be released, which includes several new features, redesigned emoji, and also bug fixes.
Android N is yet being shown off to the particular masses, but a new designer preview has given us an illustration of what is ahead.
One of the big new features is named Launcher shortcuts. This permits apps and developers to be able to define shortcuts, which users can accessibility in the launcher in order to do things quicker. As an example, you’ll be able to share with a mapping app that you would like directions home, or send an email to a certain particular person.
Android N will furthermore see emoji looking slightly less generic and much more human. The update also introduces support for skin tone variations and Unicode 9 glyphs. You can view the new emoji layout below.
Finally, there’s the most common array of bug repairs and minor improvements, when you would expect.
The latest developer survey for Android N can be acquired for the Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9 and also Pixel C tablet.