Each new generation of the Android OS has brought about great improvement and much excitement. It tends to both work and look better. And who doesn’t like the little android bot with the latest sweet treat in hand? Lollipop. Such fun!
Despite being confectioned by Google, bugs have happened with Android operating systems. However, previous versions weren’t as prolific with problems as the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop. Comments are streaming in about how the update has turned perfectly fine Nexus 7 tablets into poorly performing pieces.
When the devices aren’t slow and unresponsive, they’re crashing or randomly rebooting. Essentially, Android 5.0 Lollipop is having quite the opposite effect than intended.
This latest OS is meant to improve interaction with content as well as sync information across all your devices in real-time. Users will also have greater control over notifications, more security options, better performance and battery life, and more. And, visually, the interface looks pretty darn good!
So if you had been thinking about downloading the latest Android 5.0 update, you should hold off for a bit until the developers get a handle on the situation. Unless, of course, you want to suffer through and share experiences with the rest of the “beta testers.” All of these bugs will be resolved in time (better sooner than later), but such is the peril of being one of the first to try out the latest releases.