In our latest Ask a Dev video, Android engineer Justin Holmes discusses the big changes that have come with Google's Android L announcement at last week's Google I/O.
The newest version of Android, codenamed Android L for now, will bring developers 5,000 new APIs, a new application runtime, 64-bit support and Material Design.
Material Design is an entirely new design language for phones, tablet, and the web. It cements Google’s focus on cross-platform design, which allows for more consistent user experiences.
And for times when you need a little extra juice, the Android L release also introduces Project Volta, which improves battery life and adds a battery-saving mode. Read more...More about Tech, Apps Software, Dev Design, Gadgets, and Ask A Dev