Are You Ready For Android 6.0 Marshmallow?

Google claims that their latest OS will be strongest among the other Android OS available in market.


Released only a few hours ago, latest Android 6.0 Preview images bring the final builds of the OS.

Initially, upon flashing the third developer preview of Android 6.0, we thought our beloved System UI Tuner had gone the way of the dodo. Google claims that this feature has the potential to practically double a device’s battery life.

Your phone battery is also going to benefit from the Marshmallow update, with the Doze feature designed to shut down background tasks automatically when the phone is one standby for a while. However, Google made sure that the changes are just minor alterations so they won’t affect the projects of those developers, if there are any.

It also seems likely that the new devices will be timed to be released alongside Apple Pay rival Android Pay.


That wouldn’t really help users much unless developers actually make use of those tools… but it turns out many Android apps can run on Windows even if they haven’t been officially ported to the platform. If you’ve wondered how to choose which apps (installed on your device) will Google Now search and index on Android, you’re in the right place. Other Android manufacturers, such as Samsung and LG, have committed to getting security updates out as soon as possible. Google software engineer Alex Ruiz confirmed on Google+ that the “M” in the software’s alias stands for Marshmallow, according to The Inquirer. However, if you aren’t yet ready to flash it on your Nexus devices, here is how to get the look the easy way. It is expected that the Nexus 5 2015 will offer customers a strong Android smartphone at an affordable price. Below are some of the top 3 most wonderful Google Play Store features you must and need to explore as you enjoy your experience with Android devices.

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