We tested PhoneCopy on Android 12
Development is constantly moving forward. New versions of operating systems often worry us. Therefore, we decided to test PhoneCopy on Android 12 as soon as possible to ensure that our applications will work without restrictions as in previous versions.
We tested the backup and synchronization of contacts, SMS, photos and videos, individual application settings and everything runs smoothly. For those of you who don’t know what the new android 12 brings, we’ve finally allowed a basic summary.
Android 12 promises a more personal, safer, and easier experience. It has a completely redesigned user interface, new privacy features with increased security and control, and also promises a smoother transition to new devices. The user interface brings new shapes, backlighting, and movement, but also customizable system colors that can be changed to suit the user’s preferences. A brand new widget that puts conversations with people in the foreground on the home screen. It offers a quick view of missed calls, birthdays, and other personal information.
New is the window magnifier, which allows you to zoom in on a selected part of the screen without losing context in the rest of the screen content. The display can now be set to extra dim for night viewing or situations where even the lowest brightness setting is too bright. The controls and indications when the application uses a microphone or camera have also been changed, and thanks to a new indicator in the phone’s status bar, access to them can be easily changed.