Thursday, June 26, 2014

Screenshots of Android "L" Maps, Settings, Music and More

 
 Google announced Android L this morning and are releasing it tomorrow as developer preview. There’s all kinds of new design elements and API’s in this release. And the people over at Droid Life have gotten screenshots of a ton of the Google apps and system apps in Android L, which are on some developer devices at Google I/O right now. The apps look really nice and I can’t wait to see developers get their apps in line with these new design guidelines. But the design isn't all that’s new in Android L. Google also debuted a bunch of new features like Personal locking, and some 5,000 new API’s.
The Android L release should get an official name and number in the fall when it does actually get announced for real. Today was just a preview, of what’s to come in the fall. 
The developer preview will be available tomorrow for the Nexus 5 and the Nexus 7. So for those who are  looking to flash those factory images can do so tomorrow once they go live. How many of you are liking the design changes in Android L? Be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments down below.And here are some screenshots of Android "L" Apps:

Settings



Contacts



Gallery/Photos


Now, we’re not entirely sure if this is the Photos or the stock Gallery app (maybe neither), but it looks all refreshed for the upcoming Android L release.

Google Keep



Gmail



Email



Hangouts



Google Keyboard



YouTube

Anroid L Material YouTube

Google Drive



Google Play Store, Books



Chrome

Android L Material Chrome

Maps



Google Play Music



Google Calendar