We just launched Android 5.0 Lollipop at Browserling. You can now cross-browser test your webapps and websites in Android 5.0.

Android Lollipop 5.0 Cross-browser Testing

We've also added Android 5.0 to our unique browser scheme. If you've a developer plan, you can access Android 5.0 through this URL in a second:


This will load digg.com on Android 5.0.

Or you can try Android 5.0, or any other version through our widget:

Android 5.0 Lollipop adds the following new features:

  • Lock screen provides shortcuts to application and notification settings.
  • Audio input and output through USB devices.
  • Updated emoji.
  • Support for print previews.
  • Recent activities screen with tasks instead of applications, up to a configured maximum of tasks per application.
  • A flashlight-style application is included, working on supported devices with a camera flash.
  • Addition of 15 new languages: Basque, Bengali, Burmese, Chinese (Hong Kong), Galician, Icelandic, Kannada, Kyrgyz, Macedonian, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Sinhala, Tamil and Telugu.
  • Project Volta, for battery life improvements.
  • Tap and Go allows users to quickly migrate to a new Android device, using NFC and Bluetooth to transfer Google Account details, configuration settings, user data and installed applications.
  • Vector drawables, which scale without losing definition.
  • User-customizable priorities for application notifications.
  • Android Runtime (ART) with ahead-of-time (AOT) compilation and improved garbage collection (GC), replacing Dalvik that combines bytecode interpretation with trace-based just-in-time (JIT) compilation.
  • WebViews receive updates independently through Google Play for security reasons, instead of relying on system-wide vendor updates.
  • Pinning of an application's screen for restricted user activity.
  • OpenGL ES 3.1 and Android Extension Pack (AEP) on supported GPU configurations.
  • Improved accessibility support (e.g. switch access support).
  • Searches can be performed within the system settings for quicker access to particular settings.
  • Support for 64-bit CPUs.
  • Third-party applications regain the ability to read and modify data located anywhere on external storage, such as on SD cards.
  • Refreshed notification tray and quick settings pull-down.
  • SELinux in enforcing mode for all domains.
  • Recently used applications are remembered even after restarting the device.
  • Guest logins and multiple user accounts are available on more devices, such as phones.
  • Refreshed lock screen, no longer supporting widgets.
  • Block-based over-the-air (OTA) updates for new devices.
  • Smart lock feature.
  • Material design, bringing a restyled user interface.

Happy cross-browser testing in Androids!