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From the first Android version through Android 13, in order (Tiramisu)

kituDIGITAL - Information on the timeline of Android from its inception until 2022 is in high demand. The most popular smartphone operating system is Android. GlobalStats StatCounter figures show that Android has a 72.44 percent market share worldwide, greatly outpacing iOS's 26.75 percent share.

Therefore, it is always interesting to talk about the history of the order in which Android versions have been released, from the first to the most recent. This is due to the fact that many people are interested in learning about how the Android OS initially appeared and how it has evolved over time.

From oldest to newest, these are the Android versions in 2022:

1. Android 1.0 (Alpha)

Google and OHA (Open Handset Alliance) released the first version of Android, known as Alpha, on September 23, 2008. The first commercial version of Android is now being used by the general public and is being paired with the HTC smartphone. Android 1.0 Alpha has already included basic features like Gmail, Google Talk, YouTube, and other apps.

The Android Market is currently available for installing and updating applications. A browser is also available for reading information from HTML and XHTML web page headers and for displaying it. Bar notification may also appear in the status bar. Additionally, the user has the option of changing the nada getar, dering, and kecerahan. A smartphone running Android 1.0 Alpha can connect to WiFi and Bluetooth as well.

2. Android 1.1 (Beta)

Android 1.1 was released on February 9th, 2009. This update is just for the HTC Dream at this time. The most recent version of Android fixes bugs from version alpha, changes the Android API, and adds a few new features. New Android Beta functionality allows users to search for ratings and reviews of business locations on Google Maps.

Additionally, the Android Beta operating system can disable and disable the panggilan button. For those of you who enjoy reading emails, the most recent version of Android can support lampiran on the side. Android 1.1 supports marquee or an HTML program to create readable text.

3. Android 1.5 (Cupcake)

Android 1.5 is the first version of Android to use the name "makanan pencuci mulut." It is hoped that the Android version's "makanan" name will make it easier for users to use the Android version. This version, which uses the name Cupcake, was officially released on April 27, 2009. Android Cupcake uses the Linux 2.6.27 kernel.

Because there have also been changes to the UI's tampilan, the perubahan on the current version of Android is rather large. Android 1.5 Cupcake features a virtual third-party keyboard, Widget support, the ability to play MPEG-4 and 3GP video formats, Bluetooth audio pairing with A2DP and AVRCP, the ability to post videos to YouTube, and many more features.

4. Android 1.6 (Donut)

Donut, a version of Android 1.6, was released on September 15, 2009. This version of Android was developed on the Linux 2.6.29 kernel. Some useful features found in the most recent version of Android are as follows: Aplikasi di Android Market dapat memiliki fitur cuplikan aplikasi dan dukungan mesin sintetis multi bahasa untuk mengucapkan teks. Opsi pencarian dengan teks dan suara ditingkatkan.

Additionally, Android Donut incorporates a camera and gallery for faster access to images and videos. The Android user interface also enables users to upload several photos. Additionally, Android 1.6 Donut supports devices with WVGA resolution.

5. Android 2.0 – 2.1 (Eclair)

The most recent version of Android, called Eclair, was built on the Linux 2.6.29 kernel. To allow users to add their account to their email and phone, sinkronisasi is restricted. There is also Bluetooth 2.1 capability. The latest version of Android, Eclair, now supports brand-new camera features like Flash, Zoom Digital, and Macro.

In general, Android Eclair optimizes UI changes and the speed of the lunak perangkat. The current version of the UI is suitable for larger resolution and layout. There is a feature called MotionEvent that is enhanced to allow multi-touch activities on a straight surface.

6. Android 2.2 (Frozen Yoghurt – Froyo)

Android version 2.2, often known as Frozen Yogurt, uses the Linux 2.6.32 kernel as its foundation. The functionality of USB tethering and WiFi hotspot is improved in Android Froyo. There are options for automating data access on mobile network infrastructure. The ability to automatically update an application was recently added to the Android Market.

The innovative feature of this Android version allows for Bluetooth connection on mobile devices. GIF animation and file uploads on Android Froyo are both possible. Additionally, there is an external application development environment available. Adobe Flash has also been included into Android 2.2.

7. Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)

Android 2.3 Gingerbread is the generation during which a large number of Android-powered smartphones first entered the market. This operating system was released on December 6, 2010, using the Linux 2.6.35 kernel. Google improves user interface design by enhancing performance and page durability.

Additionally, this OS has built-in support for VoIP, NFC, multiple cameras, and barometer and gyroscope sensors. Additionally, Android Gingerbread has a day limit that allows users to remove applications with extremely long operating times.

8. Android 3.0 – 3.2 (Honeycomb)

Android Honeycomb was released on February 22, 2011, exclusively for tablet computers. This operating system was optimized for tablet use with user-friendly virtual assistant software. Additionally, this operating system adds System Bar, which provides quick access to notifications, status updates, and navigational buttons below the layout.

The System Bar's Recent Apps feature allows users to view applications that are currently running in the lower left corner of the screen. Keyboards are designed with ulang so that users may type more quickly on large keyboards. Android Honeycomb had a dual-core multi-processor and user-data encryption.

9. Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

Android Honeycomb's navigation button is retained in Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Launcher can be customized. Additionally, you have the option of adding a widget to the new tab to speed up the layout. In this version of Android, users can take high-resolution screenshots by simultaneously pressing the volume down and daya buttons.

Additionally, OS Ice Cream Sandwich supports the default eye feature. The user is able to open the layar with their eyes. A brand-new OS feature allows users to slow down data retrieval and disable applications that display kuota in the bottom left corner.

10. Android 4.1 – 4.3 (Jelly Bean)

Google officially released Android Jelly Bean on June 27, 2012. The current Android version significantly improves user-facing functionality and productivity. Additionally, frame rates up to 60 fps are available for clearer user interfaces. In order to deliver a clear sentuh effect, the Android framework introduced vsync timing in UI animations.

Android Jelly Bean has the ability to automate application notifications. You can customize a tata letak antarmuka and change the shortcut and widget sizes. The limitations of the Android Jelly Bean operating system are found in the camera and sound recording applications.

11. Android 4.4 (Kitkat)

Android 4.4 KitKat was released to all devices on September 3, 2013. Key Lime Pie was originally the name used, but then changed to KitKat so that more people would be aware of it. The Android KitKat UI is better than previous generations. When the layar is in motion, you can display the album cover while playing music.

When reading an e-book, the display can be made full screen. Every notification is sent such that the book will be completely empty. Additionally, Android 4.4 has a more robust system performance. Layar sentuh may more quickly respon. According to the people who are most frequently contacted, telephony applications can prioritize conversations.

12. Android 5.0 (Lollipop)

Android 5.0 Lollipop, often known as Android L, was released on June 25, 2014. The term "Material Design" is used in the architectural design. UI designs that are responsive, animated, and grid-based. Additionally, there are effects for cahaya and bayang in the text to make it more interesting.

Project Volta, a feature of Android Lollipop, has the potential to extend battery life by up to 30%. There is also a feature called Factory Reset Protection, which prevents a smartphone from being reset to factory settings without entering a Google user name and password.

13. Android 6.0 (Marshmallow)

Android Marshmallow has a built-in ulang-tampilan. When an application is installed, not all access points will automatically open up. For each installed application, the user may grant permission to use it or deny it.

Android Marshmallow has a skema management system that goes by the name of doze. In order to avoid consuming too much battery and power, the current scheme may modify the activities of the applications on the backside. Additionally, this OS has a built-in sidik jari pengenalan penkungan for opening kunci layar and authenticating Play Store.

14. Android 7.0 – 7.1 (Nougat)

Google has released the most recent version of Android Nougat, often known as Android N. On March 9, 2016, the most recent version of Android was released in developer preview mode. The most recent program beta enables a device with unstable software to increase Android version over the air (OTA).

On August 22, 2016, Android Nougat released its third major update. The current version of Android (version 13) has features that allow for the calibration of the color, zoom, and belaying of applications by pressing the Recent Apps button. The user can also delete every application from Recent Apps.

15. Android 8.0 – 8.1 (Oreo)

The most recent version of Android is Android 8.0 Oreo, which was released in August 2017. Project Treble employs a modular architecture that makes it easier and faster to create hardware to support Android pembaruan.

Additionally, Android Oreo enhances the option to install applications from unidentified developers. According to Google, Android Oreo's performance claims are 2x more rapid than those for OS Nougat. For security, Oreo has a feature called Google Play Protect that allows users to block apps from their app store.

16. Android 9 (Pie)

The fifteenth version of Android, known as Android 9 Pie, was released for the first time on August 6, 2018. This version of Android has a feature called Adaptive Battery that may be adjusted to account for daytime activities and battery-draining applications. In addition to that, there is a feature called Adaptive Brightness that can change the way the ground slopes to drain the battery.

Additionally, Android Pie introduces a gesture feature that enables switching from one application to another. There is a dashboard available to identify the application that is most frequently used. Additionally, you have the option of reducing the amount of time spent using the application.

17. Android 10 (Android Q)

Android 10 was released for the first time on September 3, 2019. Prior to its release, Google had already made it known that the most recent version of Android for 2019 will no longer use the names "manis food" or "mulut pencuci" as it had in the past. However, internally, Android 10 is known as Android Quince Tart.

Android 10 has a feature called Teks Otomatis that allows you to automatically add captions to videos or podcasts without having to be connected to WiFi or cellular connection. Additionally, the user receives instructions for balas pesan and can open an application from the bar notification.

18. Android 11

Android 11 is the operating system as of version 17. The unbranded Android version will be released on September 8th, 2020. The Android OS 11 can support applications for status notifications. As an example, every pesan app is included into the notification conversation.

Android 11 has a feature called Balon that allows you to start a timer after accessing another app. Access chat whenever you want and wherever it's easiest. Additionally, Android 11 has the screen recording feature known as perekam layar. Additionally, the application has a feature that requires access every single day.

19. Android 12 (Snow Cone)

Android 12 has resumed using the name of a sweet food, which is Snow Cone. On October 4, 2021, Android version 12 will be released to the public. The most recent version of Android has a significant update to Material You, formerly known as Desain Material.

The operating system can automatically generate a user-chosen wallpaper theme for the system's menu and other applications. Additionally, Android 12 has the ability to take screenshots of web pages in a hidden or highlighted state. The user also has the option to disable an application to use their mobile device and software with swift controls.

20. Android 13 (Tiramisu)

The Android KE-20 operating system version is called Android 13. The first time Android 13 was released was on February 10, 2022. The most recent Android version was released about 4 months after the stable version of Android 12 was released. Android 13 focuses on enhancing features from Android 12L, increasing privacy, security, and UI optimization.

The Android 13 has a new photo editing feature. This feature enables you to edit any available photo or video that may be downloaded using an application. Similar to the previous version, which gave access to every photo and movie in the library. In Android 13, users may also customize app icons to have the same color as their theme or wallpaper.

Here are all of Android's current features as of 2022. Android versions consistently receive updates every year. Every product will provide interesting features.

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