Google plans to launch the next version of its Android operating system this fall. Code-named Android L (at least until Google comes up with a good dessert name starting with the letter L), the operating system will feature a new design language and improvements to the lock screen, quick settings panel, graphics performance, and more. […]
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Lilbits (8-07-2014): Google Fit is coming
Google wants to make it easier for fitness-related Android apps to talk to one another, so the company is introducing a new series of APIs for developers. The platform is called Google Fit, and it’ll be available to the public when Android L is released this fall. But developers don’t have to wait until then […]
Possibly coming to Android L: Quick Torch, customizable Quick Settings
Google may have released a developer preview of Android L this summer, but the operating system won’t officially launch until this fall. So while developers dig into the preview to make sure their apps are ready to take advantage of the new design and other features, developers at Google are busy killing bugs… and adding […]
What’s new in the Android L Developer Preview?
The next major version of Android won’t be released to the public until this fall, but the Android L Developer Preview launches June 26th, giving developers (and early adopters) time to get ready for the official launch. The preview also gives us a pretty good idea of where Android is going. During the Google IO 2014 […]