When Google launched Android 5.0 Lollipop last year, it launched a brand new ecosystem for phones and tablets, dubbed the Android One ecosystem.
The new OS is meant to improve the user experience by delivering a cleaner user interface and making it easier to change devices, and now Google is adding a new kind of software to Android 5, which is designed to bring Android to a more natural state for devices.
Called the “fruit gum” experience, this new approach brings a natural and easy-to-use user experience to the way Android apps are built and installed.
You’ll be able to install new apps with the click of a button, and you can even install apps you’ve previously installed on a device.
You can even pick the right one for your device, or even switch back and forth between devices.
And it’s all done in a way that looks and feels natural, making it a little bit easier to use.
“One of the things that we wanted to do with Android 5 is make it easier for users to pick and choose what they want to do on their phones,” Google’s Sundar Pichai told VentureBeat.
“And the thing we’re really excited about is, this is a natural, natural way to install apps on a phone.
You don’t have to go through the entire phone UI.
The phone UI is all there.
So it feels natural.”
That natural user experience is one of the main goals of the new Android 5 experience, and it’ll be available on all devices.
But there are a few things to keep in mind when you install a new app on a new Android device.
Google is not going to provide a “sapot” or “strange” fruit, and fruit gum is not the same thing as a fruit.
But it’s one of several fruits that you can install on a Nexus 5.
For those who don’t know, fruits are tiny, greenish seeds that can be planted in gardens.
There are many different types of fruits, but a common fruit is the banana, which produces a fruit called a banana peel.
Fruit gum is a fruit that looks similar to a banana, but is not actually a fruit, because the seeds aren’t actually there.
Google describes the fruit as a “strangler” that brings a more “natural” and “naturalistic” experience to a phone, and its fruit is just one example of the fruits that Google is bringing to Android.
“We’ve been working with Google on how to bring these new experiences to Android devices,” Pichay told Venturebeat.
“The fruit gum experience is a great example of that.
You see a lot of the same fruit and a lot different flavors, but you can easily pick them out.
The other kind of fruit you’ll be seeing is called a “fruit tree,” which is actually a tree with seeds in it.
The seeds are in the shape of a banana and the fruit is shaped like a banana.”
Android 5 brings a lot more to the table than just natural user interface, and Google says that this is just the beginning.
The company is adding more functionality to Android apps that are already installed on devices, such as the ability to search through images from Instagram, and to search for images on YouTube, all by searching for a specific word or phrase.
And Google is also introducing a new way for developers to build applications, called Android Runtime APIs.
Developers can create APIs that enable them to access hardware resources, including memory and processor resources, that they otherwise wouldn’t have access to.
“You’ll be going to a lot less APIs in Android 5,” Pichi said.
“That’s not just for hardware anymore.
That’s for software.
The hardware API will be a lot bigger and we’re going to be able build apps for hardware that aren’t on the main operating system anymore.
There’s more APIs.
It’s just that the main system has changed.”
Google has already released a few apps for the Android Runtime that are designed to take advantage of the hardware APIs.
For example, the company released a tool that can easily set up the phone to take screenshots.
“It is great that the Android runtime has such a large library of APIs,” said Andrew Miller, a developer at Google’s developer forums.
“But if we’re building an app that’s going to take a screenshot and make it look like an app, it’s a lot harder to do now.
But the real magic is going to come with apps that take advantage, which will be available as soon as the Android 5 release is complete.”
And there are many more features that will be coming to Android, too.
Pichaki told Venture Beat that Google will release an Android L preview every few weeks, and the company will be releasing updates to Android L every week or so.
“Right now, we have a lot to do in terms of making the OS as seamless as possible,” Puchai said.