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Android 6.0 Marshmallow Released,Features you may want to know.


Google has officially announced what the M in Android M stands for, and it’s Marshmallow.

Here are the features you can expect from Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

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Main New Features


1:Welcome to Marshmallow: New boot animation

Google is bringing in a little change to the boot animation with Android 6.0 Marshmallow




2:Google Now on Tap


Google’s virtual assistant is one of Android’s best features and it’s going to get even better in Android 6.0. Now you’ll be able to get information on anything you have currently running on your phone screen.

for example: So if you’re watching a video on YouTube, simply hold down on the home button to find out more information about someone in the video.

Another example where on Tap could be useful is getting restaurant suggestions,when you’re talking about going out for dinner or lunch in a text message conversation.

likewise ATM suggestions, Shop suggestions, petrol pump suggestions etc

Other additional Google Now improvements include the ability to say ‘OK Google’ wherever you are in the Android operating system.



3:App permissions


This feature is we all will LOVE
Whenever we install an app we see  a long list of things the app wants access to.

To make it easier for users to keep track of what phone features can be accessed, permissions will now sit in specific categories like Sensor, Camera and Location.

E.g When we need to use the microphone for a voice message, an app permission will appear prior to using the feature. If you grant access, you’ll then be able to make a call. itsn’t it cool.

You will be able to provide access to app as you only want.

Additionally, if you want to have a better option of what app permissions you’ve granted, you’ll now be able modify permissions within the phone settings.



4: Standardised fingerprint support


This improved biometric authentication will also be extended to Android Pay to authorise payments, just looking  like Apple Pay.



5:Direct Share and Floating Toolbar


Direct Share can learn who you share content with frequently from different apps and turn the process into the press of a single button.

With the floating toolbar, it’ll also improve the way you can copy and paste content from web pages or documents.



6: Simplified volume controls


You will now be able to individually monitor audio from anything making sounds, whether that music or alarms.



7: Chrome Custom tabs


In a move to improve web experience on phones, the new Chrome Custom Tabs is here.

When an app wants to push you into a web view, app developers can now use custom tabs to load on top of the app so you don’t need to open another browser.

Those tabs support automatic sign ins, saved passwords, multi-process security and autofill.



8:Doze


In a bid to hopefully give your phones battery life a boost,

Android Marshmallow is introducing a feature that recognise when the Android device is in a rested state to help conserve power in standby mode by using fewer background services.



9: Android Pay


Android Pay will let you walk into stores and tap on an NFC terminal to pay for products.

The process works by creating a virtual account number, which mean your actual number is not shared with the retailer. This aims to make the process more secure.

It will work with existing credit and debit cards from the likes of Mastercard.

For developers, they’ll now also be able to introduce Android Pay inside apps to make purchasing quicker and easier

Though it will be launched with Android Marshmallow, it will still be available for devices running on Android 4.4 and above.
Based on Google Wallet, this feature allows you to save your credit cards in one place.
When you want to make a transaction, you will be able to authenticate the transaction via your fingerprint or via your virtual card number which will be given by Android Pay while registering.
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