Google to introduce a redesign to Android tablets

Khushi Bali
Khushi Bali May 27, 2022
Updated 2022/06/20 at 4:50 AM


There are a large number of Android users that wish to get an iPad but don’t due to the high prices. The software is the major difference between iPads and Android tablets. Google is making modifications to redesign Android tablets to ensure that users have access to iPad-beating features.

Multitasking, modified Widgets, and more

While delivering a speech at Google IO 2022, Google spoke about Android 13. The radical new Android operating system will revolutionize how the company’s technology functions on large-screen devices. The most significant update is revamp of tablet software’s home page, which allows apps to fit better together while losing less space. Widgets will get a new look for the same reasons.

With improved multitasking, making it much easier to put two apps beside one another to use them at the same time. One can even re-launch connected apps, similar to how they may with iPadOS if you use two apps frequently.

Redesign to Android tablets

What is exciting about the Android 13 redesign?

It would be fascinating to see how the swipe-down quick selections will be redesigned to be much more convenient. Earlier, they used to pile up on top of one another, which was inconvenient. The settings will display on the left, while notifications will show up on the right when you swipe down.

Many apps will now be modified to fit on large screens. For instance, Google-owned apps, such as Entertainment Space and YouTube. Third-party apps such as Zoom, Facebook, and Canva are also included.

As of now, there is no information on the rollout dates. Official word on the update is expected soon. It would be interesting to see how the new features work and if they will outshine the iPad’s capabilities.

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