For those wanting to see how Google’s Android L is shaping up, the search giant has released updated images for the developer preview. These new images are a part of Build LPV81C and are once again only available for Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi) owners, DroidLife reports.
These new images are available as a part of the Google Fit preview SDK, which too is now available on the developer’s site. Google Fit is an open platform unveiled at I/O this year, which helps developers build fitness-based apps. “The preview SDK gives you the tools to start building your app,” Google says in a blog post. “You’ll be able to launch your app later this year when we launch the full Google Fit SDK as part of Google Play services for handsets, Android Wear and also for the web.”
Similar to Apple’s HealthKit, Google Fit too collates fitness-related information from smartbands and fitness trackers and stores them at one place. Google Fit has already partnered with companies that include the likes of Adidas, Nike, Asus, HTC, LG, Motorola, Withings, and Runtastic.
The new Android L images are not yet available on the OS’ preview website and you will have to go through the Google Fit SDK page. If you need a handy guide on how to flash factory images, click here.