Google has announced that the company will start rolling out the Android Lollipop update, the news was announced on their official blog yesterday, and Google confirmed that the updates will now be headed to various devices.
Google has not give any specific information on which countries will get the Android Lollipop update first, the update is headed to the Google Nexus 5, Google Nexus 4 and the Google Nexus 7 and Google Nexus 10 first.
If you’re like me, you jump between a number of different devices throughout the day—reading a magazine on your tablet, checking the time on your watch, chatting with your friend on the phone, even plotting your route in the car. More and more, our screens work together, each helping make your life a little bit easier. But if design is the way they communicate with us, it often feels like each one is speaking a different language. That’s why we unveiled material design earlier this year: one consistent design language flexible enough to span devices across mobile, desktop, and beyond. Design is a major focus for Lollipop—the latest version of Android—which begins to roll out today.
If you have received the Android Lollipop update on any of the above devices, leave a comment and let us know, also let us know which region you are in and which device you have received the update on.
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