Android 13 media player, UI improvements, and streamlined sharing in Pixel Recorder 3.7

The Pixels Recorder app has been updated to version 3.7, which adds a number of usability improvements like support for the Android 13 media player. This update is part of the Android 13 QPR1 Beta 1 release.

Version 3.7.454794857 (updated from 3.5.456678826) has already been installed with Android 13 QPR1 Beta 1 and is not yet available through the Play Store.

The Pixel Recorder app now supports the Android 13 media player, aiming for API level 33, joining other first-party apps including Chrome, Google Podcasts, and YouTube Music.

A huge play/pause button is present, similar to previous new notifications, and the progress meter is now in the middle, with 5- and 10-second backward and forward buttons on either side. After the apps icon, this notification has a red and salmon hue.

In the meanwhile, the first two options you see when tapping a recording’s three-button overflow menu are Create video clip and Export transcript to Google Docs. The Share sheet previously contained those two functions, but they are now more noticeable, increasing their feasibility and utilization.

A relatively new insect that noticed the bright red The issue where recording notifications took a moment to appear after a session began has been fixed. It now manifests instantly, like it did before.

The final change in version 3.7 is that some buttons and dialog boxes are modified so they no longer take up the entire width of your screen.

Recorder’s previous version (3.5), released in March, added a Quick Settings tile, UI changes, and an incredibly tablet-like landscape orientation.
It’s unclear whether this Recorder upgrade will be broadly released during Android 13 QPR1’s stable release to Pixel phones in December or arrive earlier.

Pixel Recorder Android 13

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