Tag: Android 5.0

[APK] Google Calendar 5.0 is up for grabs

If you're already enjoying Gmail 5.0 and want to get more Lollipop goodness, you need to check out the new Calendar 5.0 app with Material Design goodness all over it. I looks really nice guys - don't bother looking for it in the Play Store because it is not there. Google has definitely outdone themselves with the ...

NVIDIA SHIELD tablet to get Android 5.0 Lollipop this month

  A couple of weeks ago, I talked about the NVIDIA SHIELD tablet and how it could be a great option to those of you who do not want to shed top money for the Nexus 9. Today, NVIDIA reconfirmed my recommendation. They announced that their tablet is set to get Android 5.0 Lollipop this month, pretty much the ...

Android Lollipop source code heading to AOSP

If you needed any more confirmation that Android 5.0 Lollipop is coming. How about this? Google is slowly uploading source code to AOSP aka Android Open Source Project. it will be a little while before everything is ready to go. The average Android user will not know what to do with theses files. The goal of this ...

Android L becomes Android Lollipop, here is what’s new

Until today, we all have been speculating about Android L will be renamed. We somehow knew that it will Lollipop but we were note sure if that is the name was going with. They even did a full Android 'L' casting to come up with the name. Today, they made Lollipop official. Android Lollipop is Google's new ...

Android 5.0 Jelly Bean build leaked for the Galaxy Nexus

While we are all waiting for this year's Google IO to hear about Google's latest Android OS, Jelly Bean, some lucky XDA user was able to get his/her hands on a leaked build of the unannounced Android OS. It is currently available for the Galaxy Nexus and we're not sure how stable it is. Be sure to know that you ...

Google exec hints at a fall release date for Android 5.0 Jelly Bean

Android 5.0, the next version of Google's mobile operating system could be available to all as soon as Fall 2012, if the words spoken by Google's Hiroshi Lockheimer means anything. While speaking to Computerworld at Mobile World Congress, Mr. Lockheimer said the following in regards to the next step in Android: ...

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