Google has a new version of Android in the works and it is to be called ‘Android L’, this was revealed to the public at Google’s I/O conference in June. According to reports, Android L will be a major departure from the normal operating system we are used to. It is said that it will have a completely redesigned interface with more fluid animations and will focus more on improving battery life, it will also be compatible with 64-bit processors for the first time.
Android L is expected to be released in the last quarter of 2014 as a rival to Apple’s iOS 8. It is already available now, for developer preview on the Nexus 5 and 7 devices. It is available on developer.android.com, I hear that users of third party Android devices can also install a custom ROM, don’t quote me though.