56 thoughts on “What’s New in Android (Google I/O’19)

  1. How about stopping apps reading my contact list and modify the contact list. Most egregious are mobile wallets which duplicate each contact name to store their own mobile wallet id for each of the contacts.

  2. Finally. Dark theme is needed, and should be easily turned on/off. Imagine you go into a movie theatre in an afternoon…

  3. The Jetpack Compose UI toolkit aka Anko 😂 is the best thing I love in this video.

    Also, the ViewBindings aka Kotlin Android Extensions is a nice addition. 😋

  4. adding additional features as an easter egg into slides showing up on the scene would be a good idea for presentations.

  5. 0:30 Please don't kill system-alert-window permission! Chat-bubbles can't replace all kinds of apps that use it. Floating calculators, web browsers, callerID apps,… Chat-bubbles are only for chat, and many don't even like those (because they appear out of nowhere, just because of notifications). Requested it here:
    32:08 Does it mean we can draw from normal views into SurfaceView? Even using a live wallpaper?
    37:02 Doesn't it mean automation apps are ruined because you don't allow them to change those settings?

  6. Not showing the icons in gentle is not really something I like, that way I don't know whether I have notifications and I wouldn't pull down the shade if there aren't any icons now would I?
    The minimized notifications are fine for not having icons, but the gentle ones IMO still should, as it was in Pie.

  7. That gestures nav is the stupidest way. Stop duplicating IOS. Android P gestures is very good. Stop bullying developers

  8. 0:00 Bubbles

    1:35 Dark Theme

    3:47 Sharing

    5:00 Priority and Gentle Notifications

    7:25 Notification actions

    8:10 Gesture navigation

    11:16 WebView

    11:35 Accessibility

    11:59 Text

    13:32 Magnifier

    13:54 Private APIs

    15:32 Android Runtime (ART)

    17:08 Kotlin

    18:13 Security

    18:50 New Hotness (PowerManager thermal throttling callback)

    19:12 Neural Network API

    19:34 Preferences

    20:15 Architecture Components

    21:05 CameraX

    21:51 Jetpack Compose

    26:38 ViewPager2

    27:31 ViewBindings

    28:44 (Graphics & Media) Blend Modes

    29:16 (Graphics & Media) RenderNode

    30:29 (Graphics & Media) HardwareRenderer

    31:39 (Graphics & Media) Hardware Bitmaps

    32:59 (Graphics & Media) Surface Control

    33:09 (Graphics & Media) Vulkan

    33:22 (Graphics & Media) ANGLE

    33:41 (Graphics & Media) Wide Color Gamut

    34:14 (Graphics & Media) Audio Playback Capture

    34:35 Privacy (Primer for following topics)

    34:52 (Privacy) External Storage

    35:32 (Privacy) Location, Location, Location

    35:57 (Privacy) Background Activity Starts

    36:30 (Privacy) Camera

    36:47 (Privacy) Connectivity

    37:05 (Privacy) Settings Panel

    Let me know if I missed anything or if timestamps can be improved.

  9. Seeing the change to ease of use for set/get methods related to the findViewById() is a great integration, glad to see it.

  10. Keep the option to postpone the notifications and bring back the menu from the toggles in quick settings 🙏🏼

  11. Jetpack library is amazing, really helpful and up to date. And it's solving the problem of backwards compatibility across all the different Android versions. However it's making our apps bigger – common components that all apps are/should be using are shipped with each app now.
    Would it be possible that you somehow centralise this? For example Play Store could download it once (per needed version) and then share it with all apps that need it?

  12. Add JAVA 12 support on Android Studio, developers should have freedom of choice. No matter how awesome kotlin is. Thanks.

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