Android 12 will soon transition from developer preview3, which was released yesterday, to the public beta. We found that the app launch interface may offer the greatest experience improvement for average users. Splash Screens have been a standard feature for app design over the years. Google is determined to improve the App launching experience and the Android12 mobile operating system will provide a lighter, more consistent experience as a default.
Android 12 will open any App and display a splash screen. The default app icon will be displayed first, then the main interface will transition to it. Google offers a variety of customization options to display a unique brand image.
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Developers can now customize the splash screen and change the background color, replace the static launcher icon or add animation to it. You can also control the startup screen’s time, light/dark theme, and exit animation to give your users a more immersive experience.
Friends who are interested can download the latest version of Android 12 DP3 or wait patiently until the public beta version (Android 12 PP1) next month.