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Sunday, 7 December 2014

Android lollipop is now seeding to Moto G (1st Generation) in India

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 Android 5.0 Lollipop is Google's biggest mobile update in years.

There's something magical about the idea that, in the space of a few minutes, your smartphone or tablet can look dramatically different and do some cool new things, to boot. That's why operating system updates can be oddly exciting, and Android's latest upgrade, version 5.0 or Lollipop is the firmware equivalent of opening presents on your birthday. The upcoming release, which is now available for selected Motorola devices heading to dozens of mobile devices in the coming months, brings a fresh design and no shortage of new features.

If you've been using Android over the past few months, you may have noticed that several Google apps have been updated with a fresh design and they all look the same. This is no coincidence: Google's putting its three-year-old "Hollow" design language out to move toward a look known as "Material Design." This new aesthetic is featured distinctly in Android 5.0 Lollipop.
This consistency between apps and OS is a good thing, especially since Material Design is cleaner and more colorful than Hollow. Google says this kind of cohesiveness appeals visual harmony, and yu have to agree, whether you're using Google apps and services or a third-party option, a universal design language can ease your frustration of not knowing where functions really are. Since most apps look similar to each other and the rest of Lollipop, it should be less difficult for people to understand what to look for and how to find what they need.
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And now, the new Android build arrives on Moto G devices in India, and a tad over two weeks after the initial soak test. The software version of the Android 5.0 update is 220.21.16.en.03. Android 5.0 Lollipop brings a host of improvements to the budget friendly smartphone, headed by fresh material design for the UI, as well as brand new ART runtime. The latter will almost certainly make last year’s Moto G feel a lot snappier.