With Google’s latest Android N Developer Preview, developers can start compiling their apps to test against the final Android N build. Further, developers can also push updates to their apps using API 24 in Google Play.
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The latest Developer Preview is available in the form of build number NPD56N for Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Pixel C, Nexus Player, General Mobile 4G (Android One) and Sony Xperia Z3. The update is available for eligible devices via over-the-air update.
The new update adds few new features like emojis in symbols keyboard and 9to5 Google reports the quick settings toggle now opens the full details screen of the quick setting.
The Android N Developer Preview 4 doesn’t bring much to consumers but it certainly helps developers keep their apps updated for eventual final release. Android N could launch in October, when Google could reveal its next Nexus smartphones.