Posts Tagged ‘Android L’

As promised, Google rolled out the Android L SDK on Thursday, and for those looking to flash the developer preview software onto their Nexus 7 (2013, Wi-Fi) or Nexus 5, the process isn’t actually all that arduous. Below, we’ve outlined all of the steps in one easy-to-follow, concise tutorial, so if you want to take a sneak peek at what Google’s been working on, join us after the fold.

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When Google announced Android L at Google I/O, one of the software’s biggest headline new features was its heads-up notifications. Allowing developers to give their apps notifications that fall down from the top of the screen rather than simply living in the status bar, heads-up notifications are similar to the way iOS handles incoming notifications, and are surely an improvement over what came before. Unfortunately, with the early versions of Android L only available for Nexus devices, everyone else is left out in the cold.

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With Google having rolled out the early developer preview images of Android L, it was inevitable that the various treasures therein would be plucked out by the modding community and distributed around to those in ownership of devices running older versions of the search giant’s ubiquitous software. Although the Google Keyboard 3.1 found within Android L was initially proving problematic, those in the know have fixed it all up, and it’s now primed and ready for installation on any device running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or above.

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At Wednesday’s I/O keynote event, Google unleashed Android L, its newest and most advanced flavor of the famed mobile software, and with the subsequent roll-out of the SDK to developers, interested parties have since been able to check out the all-new “Material Design” language, alongside a number of other key enhancements. If you’re not a developer, or simply don’t wish to get involved with preview software, there is a way you can get a taster of things to come on your current device thanks to the release of the new Android L wallpapers. Below, we’ve got a preview of these eye-catching new backdrops, as well as the relevant info on how to go about obtaining them, so join us after the break!

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At yesterday’s Google I/O keynote speech, Google unveiled Android L, its new and significantly advanced version of the mobile software. Complete with a more layered approach benefiting from the company’s “Material Design” initiative, it looks more fluid and immersive than it ever has, and while we were impressed by the demos, we also couldn’t wait to try it out for ourselves. The Big G promised that a preview SDK of Android L was imminent, and today, those in ownership of the Nexus 5 smartphone or Nexus 7 (2013) tablet can dive right in.

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Google has just announced a new version of Android dubbed as ‘Android L’, which is available to developers today as a developer preview, and features a bold new look and design. More details can be found right here.

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Google’s I/O developers conference is just hours away, and for a number of months, it has been speculated that the Big G would take the wraps off the next sugary-sweet flavor of Android. Given that I/O is the company’s biggest event, it makes sense that one of its flagship products should be detailed at its keynote event, and according to reports, that is exactly what will happen tomorrow.

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With Google I/O right in front of our face, speculation is understandably rife as to what the search and Android giant will have to say. New versions of Android are usually on the agenda at Google’s big developer outing, and we see no huge reason why this year’s event would be any different. With that in mind, the next version of Android could be just around the corner, and with the next letter in the alphabet-based naming convention used for Android being ‘L,’ we may have our first real look at what it is going to look like.

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