Google announces new navigation system for Android 5.0 Lollipop

Google announced a new navigation module in Lollipop for the Android 5 mobile operating system, the Navigation System.

The Navigation System lets users easily navigate between apps and the web, and is designed to be flexible and useful for different types of navigation needs.

The navigation system is built on top of Android 5 and the new Google Maps API, and will allow users to take advantage of features such as offline navigation, offline map sharing, and a variety of navigation methods.

It also allows users to create a custom navigation tile that can be shared with other users or used to add a custom layout to a home screen widget.

The Google Maps navigation system supports Google Maps offline, and it is expected to be available in the Google Maps app in the future.

Navigation for the Google Navigation System will work in the Android browser, as well.

Google said that the Navigation Module will be available on Android 5 devices starting in January, with the next major version of the operating system in early February.