IT Voice News: Android enthusiasts are trying to know more about the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop launch since its launch a few days ago and keeping in line with the rising demands, on Friday Google released the software developer kit for the upgraded Android version. Google also released preview images of Android 5.0 for Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 and some updates have also taken place in the Material Design user interface.
It can be speculated that these images are the last ones as Lollipop will be available in Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 in the weeks ahead. For the time being, it’s not very clear what’s actually new in the newly released images but hopefully these images hint that Android 5.0 release is at its final stage. But still the images don’t present the final bits of Lollipop as some bug fixes are still awaited in the OS. As discussed earlier, the new OS from Google has been released for consistent use of Android across multiple devices.
The Android version is expected to roll out finally in November with the latest announced Nexus devices and the ones from the previous years too. Developers will be happy to learn about the release of the SDK of Android 5.0 as now they can start working on apps to prepare them for the new OS version. Lollipop has 5,000 new APIs and this new SDK has been released after the last preview release this summer. Additionally, some more specifications have also been added to the Material Design in Android 5.0. Click here to know the specifications in detail. You can also go through the entire blog post from Google to learn about the SDK in detail.