Android Lollipop provides access to SD card for 3rd party Apps

By posted on November 5, 2014 10:29PM
Android 5 Lollipop

Android Lollipop is out now and lot of key features are there in the OS and most of them were present by Google to you but some remain hidden and are slowly getting the exposure. Among these hidden features, the one feature that has fared  up is the access to the 3rd party apps that was removed by Google several time.

Google has updated their API and has brought support for the new storage feature and the Android app developers can easily develop the apps and need not to worry about the space. During the transition from Gingerbread to JellyBean, Google removed the feature but they added it to Kitkat but the programming limitations caused some error and the performance but the limitations are now removed with the Lollipop.

We hope that Google’s new addition will surely help the consumers and developers as well and we do hope to see possible expansions and improvement with this feature. Till then do stay tuned for latest headlines and gadget updates.

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