Updates to message reactions including the ability to react with any emoji.
• Increased the group participant limit to 512.
• Increased max file size limit to 2GB.
• On group calls, you can mute others or message them by long pressing on their tile.
• Securely move your chat history from Android to iPhone. Download the “Move to iOS” app on Android to get started.
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Help make the next release of Android the best yet.
About the Beta Programme
Android Beta for Pixel offers you a simple way to try pre-release versions of Android, and test drive our new features. The feedback that you provide will help us identify and fix issues, and make the platform even better. Enrolled devices will automatically receive updates for the latest beta version of Android. Learn more about eligible devices.
Android 13 beta is now available and gives you early access to test new features for our next unreleased platform, which is still in active development.
Android 12 QPR3 beta has concluded with the public release of the June Pixel monthly software update.
If you were previously enrolled in the Android 12 beta program, you will receive the stable public June Pixel monthly software update, which concludes this program. Once you apply the stable public update, you can opt out of the program without a data wipe.
If you would like to continue beta testing, you can enrol in the Android 13 beta program by opting your device out of the Android 12 beta before enrolling it in Android 13 beta. Devices enrolled in Android 12 beta will not automatically receive Android 13 beta releases. New program enrolment is required.
How do I participate?
Sign in to your Google Account to see a list of your eligible devices. When you opt in a device, you’ll be prompted to select the beta programme in which you’d like to enrol.
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