Here’s how Android ’12L’ makes tablets and foldables better

There’s a new version of Android on the way, and no, it’s not time for Android 13 yet. Instead, Google recently revealed Android ’12L,’ which is essentially a tweaked version of its smartphone OS with a user interface optimized for larger-screen devices — say, tablets and folding phones. It is essentially what iPadOS 15 is to iOS 15. Naturally, much of the new features revolve around multi-tasking and optimizing apps for the larger displays of its intended host devices. Here are some of the best new features coming to the OS. A taskbar You know an OS is getting serious…

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