- The search for content on the mobile phone is to be simplified with Android 12.
- An interface offers third-party providers access to the central AppSearch library.
- Global content on smartphones should be able to be shared with third-party applications.
Only four weeks ago did Google the next developer preview of Android 12 released. Now the developers of the “Niagara Launcher” have made an interesting discovery. Android 12 is supposed to be an interface (API) for a “global search” on the Smartphone
Thus, third-party Lauchner could offer a universal search function, reports the technology blog GizChina. We have included the tweet from Niagara Launcher below.
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Third-party providers should have access to the central AppSearch library managed by the system. These functions are included in the library:
- Available offline
- APIs for applications with which documents can be recognized and found using search
- APIs for applications that can be used to search the entire system for content
- Interface enables the system to share content with other applications
Im May the first public beta version of Android 12 appear. You can probably try the feature out then.