5.6.0 Lollipop brings many new features, including the ability to switch back to a traditional app layout when you’re out of the app launcher, a new way to quickly launch new apps, and a new set of permissions.
The most noticeable change, though, is the switch to the Android 5-based OS.
You can now use Android 5 apps with Lollipop, but you’ll still need to download them.
That means that you’ll need to switch to Lollipop to use any Android 5 app, whether it’s a phone, tablet, or computer.
There’s no way around it: You’ll need Lollipop for any app you want to use with Android 5, and you’ll probably need Lollypast, the app that runs on Lollipop phones and tablets, to get the new features.
Lollipop also brings many of the new Google Play services, including Google Now, Google Drive, and more.
But Google Play also includes a handful of things you’ll want to do in Lollipop if you want new features like these: