We finally have software companies making software for cars instead of car manufacturers. Just by ceding control of car entertainment software to the engineers at Google, Android Auto could have a major positive impact on the car industry. Read on!
In response to a comment from developer Michael Panzer, Google’s Rich Hyndman comments on whether or not we’ll see updates to Android L.
Could the upcoming arrival of Android L signal a new era of lightweight, near-stock OEM skins? While we don’t know for sure, there seems to be at least some early evidence suggesting this is possible.
Thanks to the efforts of a handful of devs on the XDA Forums, you can now install a port of the Android L developer preview on your HTC One (M7). But beware, it’s not quite complete.
The Android L Developer Preview launched on June 26th and with any developer preview, there are possible bugs. The developer preview may not be stable enough to be a daily driver, but that doesn’t stop you from experiencing certain elements from Android L. After having the new features in beta, TeslaCoil Software has updated their popular Android launcher, Nova Launcher. The recent update for Nova has added new customization features to give you the ability to have an Android L look and feel. The launcher allows you to add a search bar that is in the same style as the search bar in Android…
In this week’s Google Play Weekly we talk about the confirmation of Xposed coming to Android, Leo’s Fortune, Modern Combat 5, and more Android apps news!
Shen Ye’s port of the Android L Keyboard has now been removed from Google Play after 800k downloads, due to a violation of Google’s developer distribution agreement.
The Nexus 4 was originally left out of the lineup set to receive the Android L developer preview, but members over at XDA have managed to port the new OS.
OnePlus has announced they will have Android L in their devices within three months after its official release. Will they be able to keep their promise?
Google has started integrating some of the code from Android L into the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). What do the changelogs tell us?