AnonD-274519, 25 Jun 2014Really? iOS 8 has features copied from Android. Like widgets, which were added to Android back... moreWidgets. Already exist in iOS 1. Long long ago before any androids.
Notification. Already exist in iOS 1. Long long ago before any androids.
Home. Already exist in iOS 1. Long long ago before any androids.
App Store. Already exist in iOS 2.0. Long long ago before any droids.
Android copies everything. EVERYTHING INCLUDING the Naming widgets/notification/home. Including the status bar, including proximity sensor/ accelerometer / ambient light sensor. The rows of icons. The DOCK where you place your recent apps. Everything is copied from iOS.
Ungrateful copier of the original design. But good news is, Android did not get the gist of every copied stuff... and thus their OS is a mess.. with duplicated information everywhere.. and lags bad.
bobby21, 24 Jun 2014Hope they don't steal as much from iOS 8 like they did with iOS 7.CRApple hired troll?
You're all wrong.
Google broke dessert naming tradition with KitKat.
Now they'll use branded sweets name starting with "L".
Lifesavers, Lemon Heads, Laffy Taffy.
Or could even be an entirely different naming.
My guess are LoL, Longshots, or Longbottom.. (lol lol)
Roppa, 25 Jun 2014Android "L" could it stand for Lite or Life? Sounds quite catchy either way.But what does that have to do with desserts?
Lychee, Lemonade, Lime cake, Lollipop. Could be anything that's a dessert that starts with L.
Android "L" could it stand for Lite or Life?
Sounds quite catchy either way.
Android 5.0 - Lemon Cheesecake...it can also refers to being too "L"ate ... lol