How Android L is better than IOS 8

How Android L is better than IOS 8

This is the list of free opinion, we do not wish to claim anything. But if you could go through the features and things mentioned below, it says that might be Android L is better tha IOS 8. Here are some of the best visual components Android users have to
look forward to.

1. Material Design

  • New look and material design Android L
  • Material Design
  • A big part of Material Design is the way colors are portrayed. Google developed a color palette specifically to
  • highlight shades and tints, which adds more life to user interface elements.

2. App Icons

  • amdroid L app icons
  • App icons
  • App icons in Android L are based on geometric shapes, which make them pop and appear more symmetrical.

3. Paper Design

  • Gmail design android
  • Paper design
  • Google says that Material Design is based on the same design principles as paper. This means app icons are
  • designed to rise up when you tap them rather than sink down.

4. Floating Action

Take a look at how that Compose button in the Gmail app pops out. That floating action button is going to make a big appearance in apps throughout Android.

5. App Design

Native apps in Android L will show small animations as you touch the screen.

6. Smooth Transitions

  • Music android L app
  • Smooth transitions
  • Transitions are expected to be really smooth in Android L. Google compares it to sliding a sheet of paper across a table.

7. Animations

The colors and animations in Android L are designed to draw your eyes toward what's important. Like in music player example shown above, the media playback buttons are emphasized.

8. Universal Interface

Google wants to make its interface look the same across all devices. The same design language and app icon style across desktop and mobile.

9. Colour Scheme

Google is making it easier for developers to add vibrant colors with higher contrast to their apps. So expect to see bolder and brighter colors throughout Android L.

10. Lock screen and notifications

To get a better view of all notifications without actually unlocking your phone, a quick swipe down on the lock screen will make the clock disappear and give an expanded view. Not all notifications are shown directly on the lock screen; some are hidden. These won't show unless you swipe down to access this expanded view or actually unlock the phone and view them in your notification panel.

11. Nested Scrolling

The new Nested Scrolling feature in Android L allows recent calls to fade away as you scroll within the Contacts app. Menu bars lock into place naturally.

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