The Android operating system is now almost five years old, and Google’s long-awaited Android 4.0 was released back in February 2015.
With that in mind, we’re going to take a look at the latest news about Android, from the latest version of Google’s mobile operating systems to its current state.
Android has been a constant theme in Android-related articles over the past few years.
In February 2015, a major change was made to Android’s release timeline, which allowed Android 4 to arrive at the end of 2015 rather than the beginning.
Google changed the release date from April 15, 2020 to April 20, 2020, meaning Android 4 would arrive two years earlier than Android 4 (or Android 5) which debuted at the same time.
The Android 4 update that came out in April also removed support for the Nexus 5, a device which was first released in June 2015.
In the same month, Android 5.0 Lollipop was released, which brought Android 4 and Android 5 up to date with Android 5, the next generation of Android.
This version of Android, known as Android Lollipop, was released to the public on October 20, 2017.
Android 5.1, which came out on October 31, 2017, was a major update, bringing Android 4 up to version 5.2, with the latest Android software and hardware.
Android 5 came to the fore in November with the release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which also brought Android 5 to the masses.
As for Android 6, which is now the latest iteration of Android that comes out every two years, the company is still actively working on the next Android iteration.
It’s also worth noting that, as with previous Android updates, this iteration is expected to be even better than the previous iterations.
Google has also been working on Android 6 for quite some time, with an announcement made in March 2018 that it was going to “release new features, updates, and fixes in parallel” to Android 6 Marshmallow.
Android 6 was later released in November 2018.
Android 7.0, which will be released in March 2019, is an update to Android 7.1 which brings a new user interface that will be completely different from the one in Android 7, with new features such as the ability to lock down your phone to prevent unauthorized activity, a new fingerprint reader, and the ability for users to switch between various user interfaces.
Android is still in its early days, but Google is constantly adding new features and updates to Android.
For example, Google has been working with Android OEMs to develop a new device naming scheme for phones, which can be found in the Android 6 naming scheme.
This naming scheme, which was introduced with Android 7 in 2018, allows OEMs such as HTC, Samsung, Motorola, and LG to identify their phones using a “X” in the middle of a phone’s name.
Google has also developed a new way for developers to monetize their apps and services on Android.
Google Pay is one example of this, and it allows Android users to use their Android devices to purchase apps from third-party developers, as well as pay for them from their Android mobile device.
In this new payment model, Android users can use Google Pay to pay for apps, games, or anything else from a third-parties app store.
In April 2018, Google announced that Android will soon be coming to the Kindle Fire tablet, which would be the first device with an Android operating systems running on it.
Android 8.0 Oreo was released in July 2018, and Android 8 Oreo is the first release of Google Now, a feature that allows Android developers to add functionality to apps by adding widgets to the home screen.
Android 8 Oreos have also introduced a new design language called Material Design, which Google has called a “major step forward in the evolution of Android,” with a new look and feel to the OS.
The Material Design design language has been used for many Android phones and tablets since the beginning of 2015, and has been integrated into Google’s Android platform.
Material Design, as seen on the Android 8 device that Google announced, is now a standard for Android, with developers making their own versions of Android based on it and supporting it.
Material Design was also used for Android 7 Lollipop.
As a developer, you’ll be able to use Material Design for all of your apps on Android, whether they are built with Android, on the Play Store, or through Google Play.
Android apps can also be updated to Material Design to bring the same interface to all devices, and for Android 8 and later versions of the operating system, Android Apps will be able use the Material Design style for their UI.
Material design also has the ability, as Android 6 Lollipop did, to support touch gestures, and you’ll see this in action in the upcoming Android 8 OS.
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