We thought it might be informative to offer up a quick breakdown of the primary features in Android L. There are actually far more changes than just these, but these are the core changes/add-ons to the OS. Material Design - their new graphical UI design aesthetic Better Notifications - these are pretty self-explanatory and well thought out Android Runtime - this will be great for developers Better Multitasking View - this one will make our devices even more useful Project Volta - who doesn't like more battery life? Bluetooth Low Energy Peripheral Mode - apps can broadcast their presence to nearby devices Multi-networking - apps integration with the system to dynamically scan for networks with specific setups A new camera API - YUV capture at full 8MP and 30FPS - also includes raw sensor data for Android 64-bit support for apps - this one is explanatory as well (more memory can be addressed. etc.) It seems like the newest changes on Android L are primarily geared toward developers. In the long run, this could prove to be a bold move on Google's part, as it will help drive innovation forward by leveraging the creative power of a larger group of people. What do you think?