It seems to have been a long time since we saw the first version of Android L . Google is finally releasing Lollipop Android Nexus devices, including Nexus 6 and 9 newly presented. If you want to learn more about the new version of the operating system company, here you have a selection of tips and recommendations covering all the new features, minor and major.
Tap and go
When you're setting up your new device Lollipop for the first time, you will be presented with the option Tap and Go. This system based on Bluetooth and NFC technology transfers all the details of your Google account, configuration, data and applications to your new phone or tablet. Just place the old and the new one over the other. The widgets and wallpapers are also saved.
Use the flashlight
Lanterns applications have always been popular on Android, so Google decided to include the operating system itself, so you avoid the hassle of downloading another developed by a third party. Notification Center displays sliding your finger from the top of the screen. On the top bar will reveal the flashlight and other settings such as airplane mode. The application will appear only if your device has an integrated LED flash.
Prioritize your applications
Lollipop Android 5.0 lets you make lists of important applications that can send you notifications even when you're busy. Go to Settings -> Sound & Notifications ->Notifications of applications and choose whether to block applications or highlight them. With the volume button on your device you can change the priority mode indefinitely or just for an hour. You can see what applications have this setup with a star on the status bar.
Interact with notifications with the locked device
In Lollipop, all notices of applications appear on the locked screen so you can see them. Not only that, you can also interact with them. Slide your finger on some to ignore and press to answer, depending on the application. Double-tap on a notification to go to the application.
If you want to disable this feature go to Settings -> Sound & Notifications -> When the device is locked.