Android P Developer Preview adds secure DNS option

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Android P Developer Preview adds secure DNS option

The development of Android P is slowly but surely taking shape, and you can check our coverage of that via the Android P tag. There are a number of new features that are aimed specifically at making Android P better, especially in the realm of making it more secure for Android users. One recent addition

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