Following this, there will be two more betas until the official release of Android 13 Beta for TV. Android 13 Beta for TV will be more reliable in Beta 3. Beta 4 will be used for final app and feature testing. According to the roadmap, Android 13 will be released sometime after July.
While the original Android 13 beta for Android TV was unsatisfactory, the current release features something that consumers have been asking for – a redesigned picture-in-picture mode.
Although Android TV has always supported picture-in-picture mode, Android 13 will be the first to allow developers to create enlarged PiP windows. The Picture-in-Picture API has been enhanced to handle the multi-window instances on the screen. As a result, end users may modify the size of a PiP window without difficulty. This is especially handy for those who use their televisions to make video conversations or watch security camera feeds since they can accommodate more participants or streams. A new docked mode will also be introduced, which resizes the primary programs to allow PiP windows to be situated on the edges.