Google has announced a new feature for its Android operating system, called the Semaphore feature, that lets developers easily update their apps to use the new version of Android.
This new feature is available on the latest version of Google’s Android OS, with developers getting a chance to try it out at a special event at Google I/O this year.
It’s a big step forward for the platform and the Android community, but there are still a lot of questions.
Let’s break down what’s new in the latest Google announcement.
Android version 11.1 introduced a number of new features, but it wasn’t the first to offer a Semaphor flag, and not all Android users had the same ability to choose whether they wanted to support the new feature.
We’re going to use Google’s new Semaphores flag to discuss the changes and the future of Semaphoring.