Android 13 brings new Enterprise features to help organizations manage devices
Sometimes it’s easy to forget that Android can be used for business applications, as it’s not exactly what most users think of when they think of their smartphone. Having said that, Android Enterprise has long offered a platform for organizations that might need more when it comes to the Android experience, particularly when it comes to devices that might be distributed within a company for its employees. With the recent release of Android 13 for Google Pixel smartphones, Google has added new for Android Enterprise users.
With Android 13, the Android Management API gets a boost and goes beyond just managing device policies. Organizations will now be able to customize the employee experience when using corporate devices by making it easier to deploy and manage new features. In addition, users will have the ability to open apps from either profile, but accessing data on a profile will keep things restricted. For example, browser history and YouTube history from a work profile will not show up in your personal account. Users can take things further by minimizing access to photos when on a work profile. This will allow users to keep things separate by having individual galleries.