- Google releases Android 14 Beta 1, with the stable update expected in June or July.
- Pixel users can enroll in the Android beta program to access the beta update.
- Android 14 Beta 1 features minor improvements to existing features, with no major changes.
Google released its latest Android 14 Beta update today. Android 14 Beta 1 is the first beta update for Android 14, and the next one will be coming up in May. As for the official release of the app, we can look at Google’s release timeline to judge that it would probably drop its stable update in either June or July.
Android 14 beta 1 is available for Pixel users, and they can register for the program through the Android beta enrollment program. But if you are already a beta tester for Android 13 QPR3 beta 2, then you will get the Android 14 beta 1 update without going through any hassle.
As for what’s new with the Android 14 Beta 1, there have been certain new features and small life quality improvements added to it. But as far as we have seen, there has been no revolutionary change since the Android 11 release. There have only been a few minor improvements rather than innovations.
Most of the features that were released during the Android 13 QPR3 updates will be improved or further stabilized in this beta update. For more info on the beta update, you can visit the Android Develepors to check what’s brand new in this update.
In short, Google released the Android 14 Beta 1 update for its Pixel devices users. The update is available through the beta enrollment program. Many new features were added while older ones were improved. Android 14 will officially come out in June later this year.