Android 13 puts an end to something really annoying

The new Android 13 is a welcome update, especially because it introduces a new feature.

Yesterday we already wrote AroundHowever, new features in Android 13 are increasing. Google released the first developer preview of Android 13 yesterday. This early version has some interesting new features like Material You themes for all apps. but one new job Very welcome.

Android 13

Many people don’t appreciate it much at first, but it’s an essential part of how notifications work. Apps in Android 13 will ask for your permission to send notifications when they are first launched. Now you are crazy about all the notifications and you have to turn off notifications after that.

Android 13 notification permission dialog might look like this. Back in January, Android Police posted a screenshot of what the popup screen for this permission looks like. So we already knew that google browser Worked on this feature.

Android Police

You don’t need to have a math degree to understand this. You have two options to choose from.

Still at hand

You might be thinking: What does that matter to me? Well, it can make your life a lot easier. If you install an app on Android, you will still be automatically signed in to receive all notifications. If you don’t want to, you have to endlessly tap on all settings and options to finally turn off notifications. With the new version of Android, you’ll be asked in advance if you’d like to receive notifications specific to an app. So think carefully about whether you like it.

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This feature is expected to be available to all of us by the end of this year.

Winton Frazier

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