Last Updated on October 29, 2022 by kumar Dayanand
Google has unveiled a statue of Android 13
Even though Google has stopped officially giving Android tasty names, it continues to mark each version with a statue accented by a number. The Android 13 statuette is in the form of a swing where the top rung is a “1” and the bench is a “3.” As always, in addition to the actual statuette located in Mountain View,
users can access the AR model, which can be opened on ARCore-enabled Android devices. What’s interesting is that on the top rung under the Android head, the word “thirteen” is written in 13 languages, including in 4-bit binary (1101).
Android 13 users now receive the Game Dashboard integrated into Google Play Services.
In Android 13, Google has removed the Game Dashboard from the Pixel SystemUI and started working on moving it to Google Play Services, as Mishaal Rahman noted earlier. This change was then noted to the changelog for the July Google Play system update.