Google released the first public Android 11 Beta. Normally the company would leave its biggest announcements for Google I/O, but with coronavirus canceling that event, the update was released today without much fanfare. That’s not to say the update isn’t a big one though – there are several useful new features, including changes to notifications, bubble conversations, security improvements, and more. Here are some of the best ones. Discussions, refined The most remarkable update is an adjustment in the manner Android handles warnings. Android has consistently been the better of the two major versatile working frameworks at dealing with notices, and with Android 11, Google is making a major bounce over Apple by permitting you to keep your discussions separate from your different notices. It’s a bother I hadn’t generally considered up to this point; with the blast of warnings I get every day, now and then significant discussions can get covered. Rather, discussions will presently live in their own segment at the highest point of the notices conceal, outweighing your other arbitrary pings. You can even set certain discussions as having need, permitting warnings from your smash to come through regardless of whether you’ve quieted notices. In addition, you would now be able to pop these discussions into a skimming ‘bubble’ that you can access whenever while utilizing different applications. Clients of Facebook Messenger on Android are likely acquainted with the component (Facebook calls them Chat Heads), however now air pockets should work with any talk application — accepting they update their code. Better Media Controls A most irritating aspect regarding tuning in to music on Android is exchanging between gadgets. Now and then I tune in on my telephone’s speakers, in some cases I use earphones, others my extravagant speakers or TV. Android 11 lets you rapidly select your sound yield from the notices conceal. Android11 additionally gives progressively broad media controls to communicating with your music in the notices conceal. For instance, you would now be able to continue a music meeting directly from said menu – no compelling reason to open Spotify again after you’ve shut it. Google says you’ll have the option to switch between applications in the request they were last played, which is convenient for somebody like me who continually switches among music and book recordings.