Android 5.0 Lollipop review: Google's biggest mobile update in years
Lollipop is the biggest Android update yet, featuring a pleasant new design and loads of clever features that enhance the user experience.
- Beautiful redesign
- Notifications are much better
- Support for multiple user accounts
- Improvements in performance
- Smart Lock
- Some UI elements can be confusing
- Limited multi-pane support in landscape mode, and no split-screen multitasking
- Some users will lament lack of lock screen widgets
- Overview can get too crowded with tabs
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