Android Marshmallow 6.0

Get Ready For Android 6.0 Marshmallow

From time to time in 2015, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow had been getting updated till the final version was unveiled in September 2015. The Material Design has been fine-tuned now and everyone knows the smartphones it will be compatible with.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow is Google’s latest version of mobile operating systems. It has the ability to substitute Google’s apps and services with the ones that you would like to have. Also, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow is an improvement on the previous version Lollipop for a number of reasons. For one, he dialer shortcut is replaced with a voice command. This clearly indicates that the voice commands are something that will be integral to Android 6.0.
The voice search itself has an interesting display, as first colored dots float around and then they transform into a wave-like form, before beginning to rotate at the sound of your voice where it is picked up and then processed. The response time varies depending on the internet connection and on the difficulty level of the search terms, but the fact remains that the results are accurate. On top of this, more apps can be launched from the lock screen using just your voice.
One other interesting feature in the Android 6.0 Marshmallow is that you can choose when to give access to apps and when not to. Your apps might not be compatible with the changed in Android 6.0 but make sure to test the App for the new permissions. You can also set the system to define what you do and do not wish to share by simply turning on or off permissions within the menu.

Another feature is that your password is your fingerprint, so no more having to set any complicated passwords to secure the phone. Just your fingerprint is enough to unlock the phone, sign in swiftly and go to the Play Store and even go through the Apps you want to use.
The Android 6.0 Marshmallow does not just have new features but it also has a more efficient battery function. For one, it saves you a lot of battery life because it works smart. When the device is not in use or is stationary then it goes into a sleep mode called Doze. So that you can be sure that you will have enough battery life throughout the night and hear your alarm or the ring tone loud and clear. If the device is not plugged in then the system disables network access and disables all apps which it detects are idle. Apps that are considered idle will also not drain out your battery so it will definitely last longer between charges.
As you can see, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow comes with plenty of new features and capabilities. The operating system as well as the API behavior has changed in version 6.0 so make sure that you understand the changes when you get ready to use the update in the coming year. Most of the leading android brands of smartphones are likely to have the Marshmallow.

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