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The next version of Android will provide similar share sheets for most applications. Third-party applications cannot customize the user interface of the original shared worksheet

The next version of Android will provide similar share sheets for most applications. Third-party applications cannot customize the user interface of the original shared worksheet

Google released it’s Android 12 after the great success of its Android 11 version, but it seems that Android 12 will be different from Android 11 in many ways, the main one of which will be the Android shared table. The Android sharing table is a pop-up window displayed below when users want to share pictures, documents, videos, and other information through any application on the Android phone.

This varies from application to application because there was no consistent pop-up shared UI layout in Android before. But what if the user wants all shared worksheets to have the same UI layout? In this case, many users use third-party applications that allow users to access similar sharing pop-up windows on Android, completely bypassing the Android sharing table user interface.

Therefore, the tech giant is launching Android 12 to use a consistent sharing table in all applications. Consider how similar the user interface of the application is. Third-party applications such as Sharedr can no longer bypass Android tables. According to a report by XDAdevelopers, when testing Android 12, the system did not show users the option to choose between third-party applications such as Sharedr or Android Share tables, and the Android spreadsheet itself was opened by default.

We understand that Google can no longer allow third-party applications to hack into shared spreadsheets. In addition, further changes were discussed at the annual meeting of I/O developers: new and updated changes in the new user interface. The new version provides users with new widgets with customizable fonts and color palettes so that users can customize their own user interface and many other flexible options. According to the technology giant, these changes are related to the introduction of a new design language called Material You, which is an update to the current predecessor and current version of Material Design.

The next version of Android will provide similar share sheets for most applications. Third-party applications cannot customize the user interface of the original shared worksheet

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Google released it’s Android 12 after the great success of its Android 11 version, but it seems that Android 12 will be different from Android 11 in many ways, the main one of which will be the Android shared table. In this case, many users use third-party applications that allow users to access similar sharing pop-up windows on Android, completely bypassing the Android sharing table user interface. Therefore, the tech giant is launching Android 12 to use a consistent sharing table in all applications.

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