After investing a long time in beta testing, Google finally released the stable Android 13 Update.
The Android 13 is now available for Google Pixel 4 and newer Pixel devices.
IMG: Pixel 6a
Since this is the first stable Android 13 update, you might be wondering whether you should install Android 13 or not. Here is your answer.
Video: Android 13 Music Player
The Android 13 comes with a bunch of new changes and upgrades over Android 12.
And on top of that the update comes with over 100 bug fixes present in Android 13 beta and Android 12.
Android 13 has already been tested for about six months and so it doesn't come with any major issue. Plus it brings the latest security patches.
You can update your Pixel phone to Android 13. Yes it may have minor issues but it will not affect even in primary usage.
IMG: Google Pixel 6a
The update already rolls out to eligible phones, you can easily update to new software via OTA, or you can follow the installation guide.