The wallpaper-based dynamic theme is one of the biggest highlights of Android 12. The feature, codenamed “Monet”, generates a rich color palette based on colors extracted from your wallpaper and then applies them to themes from different parts of the system’s user interface. and apps. It looks like the wallpaper-based theme system in Android 13 is set to get even more dynamic.
According to Android Police (via) Mishal Rahmani)Google is working on four new styles for the monetary theme system. These new styles are code named TONAL_SPOT, VIBRANT, EXPRESSIVE and SPRITZ. All of these styles will still use your wallpaper to form the color palette.
- TONAL_SPOT: The default content that you palletize.
- Vibrant: Provides more colorful secondary and background colors
- Expressive: Covers a wide range of colors, including colors not found in the background.
- SPIRITZ: It has a muted, almost grey-toned palette
Android 12 on Pixel phones already offers four dynamic theme styles, which are generated by changing the seed color or the main color. However, these new styles will differ in that they offer more customization and colorfulness.
Here are some screenshots showing all four styles in action:
a separate report from Android Police Gives us a first look at the Android 13s runtime notification feature. As we mentioned earlier, Android 13 adds a new runtime permission for notifications. This means that notifications may become an opt-in feature on Android 13. Users may be able to choose whether to allow an app to send a notification, as well as how they can control location and camera permissions. The following screenshot was shared by Android Police Shows what the notification permission dialog will look like in Android 13. As you can see, the dialog shows two options: Allow and Don’t.
Other notable features and changes in Android 13 include a redesigned audio output selector, a push-to-transfer feature for media playback, easier QR code scanning, and the ability to define language settings per call. Application.