Keeping expensive mobile devices safe and secure is a priority for most of us, but the process of repeatedly unlocking a phone or tablet can seem like a pointless task. This leads to disabling the lock screen altogether, especially when in a safe place (e.g., home, office, car, etc.).
That's where Android Lollipop comes in.
Although Google's latest operating system is currently only running on 1.6% of all Android devices, Lollipop's new features make it both fun and more secure to use, namely the Smart Lock feature. This security feature lets you seamlessly unlock your device at a specified place, with a trusted face, or on a designated Bluetooth connection.