Google is about to become the first company to go to market and offer users free software on Android devices.
The news comes after a new Android operating system called Lollipop was released late last year, and many of the popular Android phones from HTC and Samsung also offer Android software.
While the Android software is still a work in progress, the new Lollipop is a major upgrade to the Google operating system, which has traditionally been a major driver of revenue for Google.
The Android phones have also become a major revenue stream for the company.
In April, Google sold 1.5 billion devices worldwide, which is roughly 20% of the total smartphone market, according to research firm Gartner.
Lollipop, the newest version of Android, will be available for Google’s new Pixel, Pixel XL, and Pixel C smartphones on September 15.
Google says the new Android version will be the first major update to Android since Android 4.2, the last major version of the operating system released in 2012.
Lloyd Blankenship, the Google executive responsible for Android, has said Lollipop will be an “expansion” of the platform.
But Google says that will not mean an upgrade to Android itself.
Instead, the upgrade will be designed to “deliver a new level of performance and responsiveness,” the company said in a blog post on Wednesday.
This isn’t the first time Google has offered free software for Android devices, which are currently priced at $99.
The company has been rolling out new features in Android for years now, and recently launched a new feature called Android Pay.
Google has said the upgrade should be available “in the coming weeks.”
The company also said it is “committed to making sure that Google Pay can work across all devices and payment providers.”
While Google has historically been a large player in the smartphone market with a vast array of devices, Lollipop brings Google more into the mix.
For instance, the latest version of Windows Phone now comes with Android, and Google has been working on a smartphone that will run Chrome OS, a web-based operating system that runs on top of Android.
It will be one of the first devices that run Android.
Google’s operating system is also getting a big upgrade, with Google Now, a virtual assistant for Android that can answer questions about your smartphone and tablet, being launched in October.
Google said it will begin shipping Android smartphones later this year.