[ March 20, 2019 ]
Google has recently released the first beta version of Android Q, the next upcoming version of Google’s popular mobile operating system, with a lot of new privacy improvements and other security enhancements.
Android Q, where Q has not yet been named, offers more control over installed apps, their access, and permissions, and location settings; more support for passive authentication like face ID, and warnings when you install a new app targeting Android Marshmallow or older.
Here is summation of all new privacy and security features of the new version of Android :
1) Stop Android Apps From Tracking Your Location in the Background
2) New Restrictions On Apps’ Access to Device Identifiers
3) Background Apps Can’t Start A New Activity Without User Interaction
4) Apps Can’t Change Location and Network Settings
5) Scoped Storage to Protect Data Stored by One App from Others