Very popular Xposed module GravityBox has just made its ways to Android 5.0 Lollipop, a week after the alpha version of the Xposed Framework was released to the latest version of Android. The announcement, download links and detailed information about this release can be found in the developer’s post in the XDA forums.
If have not heard about the module but like customizing your Android device then I highly suggest you get familiar with it immediately. GravityBox was developed to help people customize their Android experience without having to install custom ROMs. What this means is that you can turn your near-stock Android device to a fully personalized experience by picking and installing only the features that you really care about while disabling the ones you do not really like.
There are several unique features that you should check out like the Expanded Desktop and custom screens/notifications for pretty much every stock Google feature that you can think of. There are also several other features currently in development as this is only the first release so keep an eye out for them. The only thing I would like to note is that Moto X users with Lollipop should steer away from GravityBox for now as the developer warns it will cause bootloop.