Google officially named its 2015 mobile OS series Android M as v6.0 Marshmallow. If you can’t wait to see what Android 6.0 Marshmallow will look like on your phone, you can give it a whirl by installing the new version’s updated Google Now launcher.
On 17 August, Google’s Android development team commenced the release of the official final Developer Preview update along with Android 6.0 SDK (Software Development Kit) to programmers.
The search engine giant is expected to roll out the final public version with the rumoured LG’s Nexus 5 (2015) aka Bullhead and Huawei Nexus aka Angler late September or early October.
The features of the new Android 6.0 Marshmallow yet, but Google has announced some handful of features of the new OS. Android Marshmallow is confirmed to come with native support for finger-print sensor input, leaner & faster Chrome browser, Google Photos, Auto back-up, wherein all app’s user-data (less than 25MB) will be automatically stored in Google Drive. Power saving features has been incorporated in the Android Marshmallow to extend battery-life, which was sorely missed in previous OS Lollipop.
App permission feature in Android M will now give more control to users. They can now enable/disable location access to applications and with Memory Tab, users will be able to know which is app is hogging more RAM space and disable it.