Android 10: Everything You Need to Know

Google has confirmed that new version of Android will release and name will be Android Q. It is the 17th version of the Android mobile operating system- now officially rebranded as Android 10.

Android has released their new beta update of android 10 is Android Q on March 13, 2019. This beta update exclusively available on Google Pixel phones. Google’s Pixel phones will obviously be the first to get Android 10’s official release. Google designed their Pixel phone as a part of the beta testing. Anyone with these devices can enroll for the program and get the new version of Android Q or Android 10 on their devices.


Android Q introduced a full-screen gesture system and such as swiping from either side edge of the display to go back. Users can swipe up to go to the home screen, swiping up and holding to access Overview. And if you are swiping diagonally from a bottom corner of the screen to activate the Google Assistant, and swiping along the gesture bar at the bottom of the screen to switch apps.

And big new difference is that Android 10 will have a system-wide dark theme that can be turned on and off at any time via a Quick Settings toggle. They also created a new API that developers can use to have their apps go to a dark theme as well when the system-wide one is turned on.

Android added a new feature ‘bubbles’. If you have used Facebook Messenger chat then you have little idea about it. It’s an easy way to keep active in conversations on-screen as small floating profile pics, while going about your normal tasks in the rest of the interface. You can tap the pic when you want to switch back to the conversation. Google support this idea throughout Android 10 and calling it a new way to multitask. It will work on Messages and Hangouts.


Android changes several major update under security and privacy setting. Users can restrict an app to access its location. They also introduced a new feature ‘Scoped Storage’, where users can control how apps access external storage. Apps must have a new “read privileged phone state” permission in order to read non-resettable device identifiers, such as IMEI number.

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