Google has announced its latest Android Operating System 5.0
(Lollipop) yesterday. Google posted on its blog a little on what to expect in
Lollipop. Saying Lollipop is made to interact seamlessly with different screens and given its users to
switch between devices and continue from
where they stop, so the songs, photos, apps, and even recent searches from one
of your Android devices can be immediately enjoyed across all the other ones.
Google says the user experience switching from one Android
device to another should feel the same, so Lollipop has a consistent design
across devices and content responds to
your touch, or even your voice, in more intuitive ways, and transitions between
tasks are more fluid.
Lollipop also has a new battery saver feature that extends
the life of your device by up to 90 minutes. With lollipop users can now create
multiple user accounts that features a guest user mode for keeping your
personal stuff private.
And on security lollipop gives you the privilege to secure
your device with a PIN, password, pattern, or by pairing your phone to a
trusted device like your watch or car with Smart Lock.
You can find out more about Lollipop via the source link
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