Are you going to install Android 13? Beware that there are still unresolved issues in apps

Deepak Gupta August 18, 2022
Updated 2022/08/18 at 9:10 AM

Android 13 is already a reality and users of Google smartphones can install this version now. It’s still a short list, but it opens the door for this version to start being used by other manufacturers.

Now that it’s accessible, reports start to emerge that are not positive for this version. Everything points to problems with the use of various apps, with the focus being on banking, among others.




Are lots of news that Google has put in Android 13, in particular to protect users and their data. These were presented in the various test versions that were released, finally reaching maturity with the last one that was presented.

Still limited to Google Pixels, this new system is gradually coming to smartphones. It is still a small audience, but it allows us to know how it will behave in the future. Unfortunately the news in this field is not the best.

Many reports are pointing out problems with the use of various apps in this new Google system. These seem to have compatibility issues and do not work as expected by Android system users.

Android 13 Google apps problems

The solution that seems to exist is just waiting for new versions of these apps to appear. Developers should validate the issues and within days release updates for versions of these apps with issues on Android 13, thus eliminating the reported issues.

If in previous years one of the solutions could be to go back to the previous version of Google's system, this is no longer possible. One of the measures applied precisely prevents the regress of the version, blocking the smartphone in the latest version.

This is not good news for Android 13 and for Google, although it is pending for developers only. All apps should be updated in the next few days, thus gaining support for the new version and eliminating the detected problems once and for all.

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