‘Vivaldi’ for Android devices: Android 5.1 Lollipop update arrives as an ‘official’ update
Unlocked smartphones and tablets are the future, but it is a far cry from the way Android was in its heyday.
Lollipop brings a lot of new features to the platform, including more customization options and support for new features.
But, most importantly, it comes with a number of major software updates, many of which are now available for users to test out.
This week, Google released a new update for Lollipop that is being called Vivaldi, an open-source project to create a new way to run Android apps.
As you can see in the image below, Vivaldi is an “official” Android 5-1 update that is available to download on Google Play.
This is the second official Android update to arrive for Android 5 Lollipop, following the October 2015 release of a new Android Lollipop preview.
Google says that this is the first major update to Vivaldi since the first release in April.
Here’s a closer look at some of the new features that Vivaldi brings to the table: Customizable icons.
In addition to the default icons, Viv, like Android Lollypop, now supports a range of icons.
One of the biggest features that has been introduced with Lollipop is the ability to customize the look and feel of the app icon, which is often difficult to find in other Android launchers.
To do this, you can open the Settings app, go to About phone, and select the Icon tab.
Here you can choose the size of the icon, choose an image, and choose an icon color.
You can also choose the opacity of the color.
As shown below, there is a new option to choose the color of the icons.
You will also see a new icon bar in the settings menu.
These icons are automatically selected as the default icon for the app, even if you have a different background image or background color for the icon.