Google today announced a Beta version of its Privacy Sandbox for Android, which is already available to some Android 13 users.
Google announced last year that it was bringing Privacy Sandbox features to Android devices as part of an industry-wide push to raise privacy standards for users.
With the Beta, users and developers will be able to experience and evaluate privacy sandbox solutions in the real world. Applications that choose to participate in the Beta test can use these apis to show you relevant ads and measure their effectiveness.
The Privacy Sandbox initiative aims to build technologies that protect users’ privacy online while giving companies and developers the tools to build thriving digital businesses. The Privacy Sandbox reduces cross-site and cross-app tracking while also helping to make online content and services freely available to all users.