Google launches Cavalry Support: Application Support for Android 5.0 Lollipop
Since the presentation of the new version of your beloved operating system known as Android 5.0 Lollipop, seems that Google is putting the batteries to achieve an ecosystem of design and functionality in both applications, such as the operating system and own website . We see that not long ago they go throwing all kinds of applications and how the curious Talk to a Doctor who is basically having health support directly from the terminal.
And since we are talking about it, from Phone Arena report that Google wanted to launch a new carrier but this time to the problems of our Nexus device. Yes, currently only supports handsets with Android 5.0 as Google Nexus, Google Play Edition or Android One as is logical since all are own devices of the big G. This application was a task that was pending Google and other companies like Motorola and include similar as Motorola Assist .
Returning to the subject matter hereof, the application is made and designed to harness the full potential of our Google Nexus, offering multiple tips in order to discover new features of the device, and try to improve performance if we suffer a problem that should not subject of fluency. It also gives support to connectivity, battery and even the option of direct call to Google for live support .
Apparently not look too bad thing, but it’s a shame to put as many obstacles as we have seen. Starting right now, you can download the free application from the link below and testing have if it really works as well as we put it. Remember that it only works on terminals like Google Nexus , Google Play Edition or Android One with Android version 5.0 Lollipop.
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