The developer preview of Google’s new Android L version is already open for download. Google has not yet announced the codename or version number of the OS. However, the web giant has released this beta version of Android L for compatibility testing and bug testing of developers. If you’re an Android developer, you’ll want to keep an eye on Android L. Try the ‘Android L’ developer preview now
Currently Android L is officially installed only on Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 devices. If you have a compatible Nexus 5 smartphone then you can follow this excellent guide from Phone Arena to install Android L on the device. Since this is an experimental version of Android, do it entirely at your own risk.
And if you don’t have a Nexus 5 or Nexus 7? No need to worry, apart from these Android L can be tasted. For that you need to install Android emulator on your computer. Tech news site Gigaom describes how to run an Android L emulator on a computer. From here you can know the process of running Android L on emulator.
After Android KitKat, this new ‘L’ version will come with a major redesign, which is known as ‘Material Design’ in Google’s language. All devices running Google’s Android and Chrome OS will implement this Material Design with Roboto font. The user interface of the next version of Android will be much flatter than before. You can see our post for detailed features of Android L.