Finally, the much awaited Android Lollipop is here. If you are planning to hire Android developers from India, you must know about the pros and cons of the latest version of Android, Lollipop. In this post, we are sharing the best and worst things about Android Lollipop 5.0 which you must know. Here are Pros of Android Lollipop 5.0.
The biggest and most exciting feature of this latest update is the all new materialistic design. Every single button press, UI Layer and animation has given physical properties for a better navigation. It is intuitive in use and offers a quick navigation while using the OS.
The all new Android update offers a quick access to notifications. In Lollipop, notifications can be contracted or expanded to view less or more information. You can even mute a specific notification for a certain time period.
Battery Saver Mode:
If you will ever hire Android developers from India, make sure that the person has enough knowledge about battery function of Android. Google claims that the Volta mode in Lollipop will save up to 36% of battery as compared to Kitkat.
Guest Mode and multiple users:
Some things should always remain private and Lollipop exactly knows this. That’s the reason that there is a guest mode in Android 5.0 which allows you to create a guest mode whenever you give your phone to someone else so that the other person can never see your personal things.
Time Updates while charging:
Another amazing feature is that it tells you the exact time your phone needs for complete charging. So, now you don’t need to check your phone again and again to know how much more time does it need to get completely charged.
Cons of Android Lollipop 5.0:
Although there are not so many cons but still there are few minor drawbacks which, if removed can make this Android version, the best and perfect one.
Material Design Over simplification:
The best example of oversimplification is the new Gmail, which only offers search and compose buttons with a single tap. The new screen feels a bit more spread out and less informative.
No more Gallery:
Yes, you read that right. The gallery has been replaced by the photo app. Although it’s not a major drawback, but still many users will find it difficult to find photos and videos in the new Android Lollipop 5.0.