Android 5.1 Lollipop is officially in the wild. Let’s take a quick look at what’s new and what’s been changed!
Inspired by Android Lollipop, we put Tasker to work to create our own simple pop up Notifications. A basic starter project on the road to taking total control of your notifications.
Google Chrome Beta for Android v39 app update has begun rolling out. In addition to bug fixes, there is a new Reader Mode, Android L Preview integration and a new animation or two.
A new screenshot, found originally in the Chromium Issue Tracker, has surfaced depicting an Android lollipop debug icon.
If you aren’t convinced that Android L is almost here, with a likely unveil this week, the fact that Google’s statue maker is currently preparing the lawn for “future photo ops” might be enough to win you over.
A recent build of Android L shows off tweaked navigation and status bar icons when compared to the current Android L preview build.
According to sources familiar with the matter, new Nexus hardware and the final version of Android L will be shown off either October 15th or the 16th. Android L won’t actually hit until November 1st, however.
According to online postings made by Google employees it looks possible that the company has released internal versions of Android L for the Nexus 4. The comments are responses to bug reports filed against Chromium. In both cases the users mention testing various bits of Chromium functionality on Nexus 4 phones, running Android L.
Google has stepped forward to announce that they will enable device encryption by default in Android L. Taking user security a step beyond remote locate, lock and wipe as can be found now through the Android Device Manager.
According to SamMobile, Samsung is targeting a late November or early December release for Android L, at least for the Note 4 and Galaxy S5.