Google's newest Android version – 5. 0 Lollipop – is going to roll out soon and present to the planet the new look of Android – the Material Design UI. It's a major overhaul from the system's look that works towards flattening the interface, while using colors, animations, and shadows so you can help the user perceive the various active areas inside an app.
Google, in fact, wants the planning of that operating system to become unified between apps – even when they are developed by 3rd parties – so It must now released a checklist for developers who wish to give their programs the Material Design facelift.
Possibilities (link in source) aims to convey the philosophy behind the new UI in around 35 points. They're short and in the point, so to a small degree dry to understand, if you are looking for Google's approach in the new look – this info comes straight coming from the horse's mouth.
Android Lollipop will start rolling purpose is to Nexus devices when November 3rd. Other manufacturers' estimates of when their devices can get an update to Androdi 5. 0 vary between " a couple of weeks " and nearly " 90 days " after Google releases the OS officially. Check here and here for the required information on devices that many of us know will surely be acquiring the update.