The public build-up for a new version of Android has grown drastically over the years. In the past, it was relatively secretive, with most testing happening behind closed doors. Today is a vastly different story, with Google publicly testing new versions of Android before they’re released. The primary method of testing is through Developer Previews, ... Read More »
Android Marshmallow isn’t set to be released until this fall, but along with announcing Android M’s full name, Google has also announced the release of the final developer preview along with the final Android 6.0 SDK.
Releasing the final developer preview along with the final Android 6.0 SDK should enable developers to ensure ... Read More »
Fingerprint readers aren’t new to Android. In fact, the Motorola Atrix 4G was released in early 2011 with a fingerprint reader. Yes, more than four years ago. And there are plenty of Samsung devices with them, along with some HTCs and a few other brands. But native support was never there, it was just baked ... Read More »
That was fast. Google announced during the I/O keynote that a developer preview of Android M would be made available before a public release and just like that, preview builds for the Nexus 5, 6, 9 and Nexus Player are available now for download.
I know a lot of you are currently rocking the Android L Developer Preview on your devices. Despite it being a dev preview, some have found it to be stable enough to use as a daily driver. However, there are bugs in the build, and I’m sure many ... Read More »
Android has always been the most adventurous mobile operating system. It’s constantly evolving and Google is always changing different aspects of it. This year’s release of Android L includes one of the biggest overhauls to the OS that we’ve ever seen. Everything from the runtime to the design scheme is changing. With all of those changes, Google ... Read More »