Android P Developer Preview 3, which is the Public Beta 2 release, is now live for eligible phones like the Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2 XL. This release includes the final APIs (API level 28) along with the official SDK, the latest system images, and updated developer tools. The first thing we learn is that Android P is officially Android version 9. The next thing we learn is that the app switcher’s user interface has been tweaked. Previously, swiping up from the Home pill summoned the app switcher. This still remains the same, but now scrolling all the way to the left reveals a ‘Clear all’ button for the apps, something that was missing in Developer Previews 1 and 2 of Android P. Whether the new beta version of Android will include a Clear All button in the app switcher or not has always been a guessing game in the past, but it seems Google has pulled through at last. In addition, the animations in the app switcher are smoother now. Also, the app drawer is now more opaque.
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