Google is still betting on renewal every year with a new version of the operating system that we have already been able to tell you many new features. However, with the passing of the months more and more interesting news are appearing that will definitely come with the launch of the official version of Android Q. On this occasion, the company of the great G has wanted to look at the section of customization with which users can Adjust the interface as you wish.
There is little to release the latest version of Android and some media such as Android Police have already been able to access some privileged information that shows the first details of the final operating system. We already analyzed some of the novelties related to beta 6, we even told you what the new Easter Egg was. Now, the first details related to the Android Q customization.
Android will finally allow you to customize the interface
The sixth beta of Android Q is already a reality and very few users have been able to enjoy it so far. However, the official version is getting closer and the data related to it is already appearing constantly. On this occasion we find a nNew filtration which ensures that Users will have the ability to customize the interface of their devices at will.
Many are the users who have requested this type of features in recent years. Well, it seems that Google has finally yielded in this aspect to integrate new settings based on personalization. At least they have confirmed it from Android Police with a capture in which suggestions such as new themes, styles, watches and even wallpapers appear. By accessing this alert, the app will end up redirecting us to the relevant applications where customization features increase significantly.
We must also remember that with Android Q you can also change the colors of the icons, the typography and even the bars of the menus. At the moment, many more data related to these developments are not known, what is clear is that Google has decided to bet once and for all for the customization of its operating system.
Source | Android Police