Google Offers the Taste of Lollipop to the Android Users #ModernGadgets
Google's delightful Android 5.0 Lollipop has officially been announced, and it has our mouths salivating for the release. Initially known as Android L, Lollipop will come ready for use on Google's new Nexus 6 smartphone and Nexus 9 tablet from November 3. It will also be available on Nexus 10, Nexus 7 and Nexus 5. HTC and Motorola have announced that it will roll out Lollipop upgrades within the year.
Experts said this is the largest and most ambitious on Android to date. Here are the best features announced in the latest Android OS.
1.Pick up where you left off: This is similar to iOS 8. Lollipop lets you pick up where you left off, so songs, photos and apps can be immediately accessed across the device.
2.Material Design: Google made a big deal out of material design, which is pushing not just its mobile but also ecosystem. It's punctuated with a cleaner, more fluid interface with 3D shadows, 3D animations and smoother transitions. The content responds to your touch, or even your voice in more intuitive way.
3.Notifications: It has always been a sore spot for a mobile, but Android typically handles them better than most operating system. In Lollipop the notifications will no longer disturb you. You can respond directly to the notifications through your lock screen, making it more convenient than ever.
4.Battery Improvements: Google has introduced major improvements, including a battery saver mode that can save users up to 90 minutes of extra battery life. It also shows users how much time left before they have to charge their device.
5.Security: Security is always an area where Android have to improve, and this year it looks like it no longer be an issue. You can share your device securely with guest user mode, create multiple user accounts to enable friends to log on to your device. Google has enforced SELinux security module for all apps to give better production against malware.
6.Updated Camera: It supports features like burst mode and fine settings tuning. You will be able to capture full resolution frames and shoot in raw formats. It has many professional features.
7.Smoother experience: Google uses new runtime on Android, which improves your app performances, battery life and responsiveness. The new OS improves Android performances four times the previous versions. It supports 64 bit chips.
Like other OS updates, there are minor improvements on the camera, video and audio experience, along with better multitasking, performance and battery life. Overall Lollipop will provide a smoother experience.
Screens are small, apps are big and life as we know it is on its head. In a world that's increasingly social and open, mobile apps play a vital role and have changed the focus from what's on web, to the apps on our mobile device. They are no longer an option, they are an imperative.
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