Google finally went ahead and decided to reveal the upcoming successor to the Android 4.4 Kitkat, Android L (Currently we don’t have any number or the actual name of the OS) and it seems like Google once again will do a complete UI overhaul instead of just minor colour changes we first saw when the Kitkat was announced. For your information, Android 4.4 Kitkat was announced back in October, last year alongside the Nexus 5, which means it has been less than a year for Google to come up with the newer OS version. However, from the looks of it and what we’ve heard so far about the developer preview, seems like Google is firing on all fours.
As obvious as it sounds, the developer preview is only for the developers who are willing to try it out for Google and explore new stuff about the upcoming OS as well as make sure their apps are compatible with the future update. So what exactly is Android L? Continue Reading →