Anonymous, 21 Sep 2015I hate white background. Juat because its a marshmallow it doesn't need to be white. Please, m... moreNot only hurts those eyes but also drain the gigantic battery faster than buggy lollipop.
How many apps do people have installed on their phones, that long pressing a button _and_ typing in stuff is faster than simply scrolling the list?
...wait, don't answer that.
App drawer for me should not at issue, which is important android has many increase in performance, application and multitasking, why google does not give color theme because i feel already many applications launcher on playstore, so it should not too issue.
Really hate this app drawer..its ugly to use & pretty boring..Please change it to kitkat app drawer :)
sunil, 21 Sep 2015what FM RADIO used in this screenshot ???That's the default FM radio app on the Motorola devices.
I hate white background. Juat because its a marshmallow it doesn't need to be white. Please, make it black for the sake of our eyes. It will hurt at night.
ugly app drawer. is has ugly white background. the old transparent background is much better.
This white background and animation in app drawer look terrible... Probably one of the ugliest designs I've ever seen in my life... Google need to change it before customers with good sense of harmony move to iOS or Windows Phone... No jokes here.
I don't get it, all these updates improve nothing other than just changing the transitions. OH let's make the page scroll vertical and push it as an update? Wtf
What Google are doing here is very clever. They are slowly replacing the concept of a periodical OS upgrade with a modular approach, whereby specific features are upgraded continuously. IE, I'm running Lollipop on a Nexus 5, so with this update, it would become 'Lolli-Marsh'!
Damn Google. Can I request a dark background just like in kitkat? All that white background hurt my eyes and its even worse in night!
Anonymous, 21 Sep 2015Again with the white background? Ewww Google. Draining my battery too much.#IPSdisplayFTW
Anyway, I like how 4 years ago you had to basically buy a new phone to get new functionality while today even phones doomed to never see an OS update can still get some of the new features from the latest version of Android. (kind'a like what Samsung did with the Value Pack update for the Galaxy S1)