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Exciting Features in Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Android 6.0 Marshmallow is at long last here, and it’s generally as sweet as we were anticipating. The client interface is particularly similar to Lollipop; however Google has stuffed in a great deal of cool new components that you won’t not understand are there. That is the reason we set up together this aide, to help you get the most out of your Marshmallow redesign.

Every release of Android brings with it improvements and fixes, many of which make your phone more secure from hackers and add new, useful features. Some are easy to spot and others not so much.

Android Marshmallow Release Date

Android Marshmallow was at first reported at Google I/O on May 28, when it was discharged as the Android M designer sneak peak. A few overhauls to the sneak peak turned out before Marshmallow was authoritatively named on August 17. Google at last revealed Android 6.0 Marshmallow, close by the 2015 Nexus gadgets, on September 29, 2015. Not surprisingly, Google’s Nexus family was first to get the merchandise and the fresh out of the box new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P were the dispatch gadgets for Android 6.0. Plant pictures for the majority of the current Nexus range – the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player – showed up on October 5.

1. Apps Menus is Crazy Different

One Android Marshmallow transform every one of you will notice is the way the new applications menu works. It’s entirely unexpected to Lollipop and alternate past adaptations of Android. This is especially an instance of being diverse instead of better, yet it scrolls snappily on the Nexus 6 we’ve been utilizing. Those with huge application accumulations may think that its speedier. What’s more, as in Android Lollipop, the applications are organized one after another in order as opposed to giving you a chance to move them about yourself. As some time recently, there are no application menu organizers either. You need to keep these on the home screens, on the off chance that you need them.

2. Google Now on Tap

It’s irregular that the most essential new component in Marshmallow isn’t one that is instantly unmistakable. Google Now on Tap is basically Google look in your applications. When you’re inside an application, you can press and hold the home catch and Now on Tap will essentially “filter” it for related data, which it will then show as cards.

Be cautioned, however. As we said in our Nexus 5X survey, Now on Tap is a work in advancement. Here and there Now on Tap can be exhaustive and get on numerous watchwords and some of the time it can neglect to recognize data.

3. Lock Screen Message

Without a doubt, you could show a soft message or a renowned quote, yet it’s more valuable to have your contact data on your telephone’s lock screen in the event that you ever lose your telephone.

By including a telephone number to contact, email address, or physical location on the lock screen, there’s a more noteworthy chance somebody will have the capacity to return it on the off chance that they discover it. To include a custom message your lock screen, go to Settings > Security > Lock Screen Message and after that sort in your message. It’ll show up as looking over content.

4. App Drawer

The application drawer in Marshmallow experienced a few changes amid the designer review handle and shows up in the last form as a vertical looking over rundown rather than the paginated level rundown that Lollipop had. You can look through the rundown or utilize another scrubber bar on the privilege to bounce to a specific letter of the letter set. An interminable vertical rundown means it’s anything but difficult to swipe right to the end of your application list – unquestionably more so than swiping through numerous cards in Lollipop. Prescient applications, taking into account the season of day, recurrence etc., show up in an exceptional region at the highest point of the application drawer and you likewise have the special reward of the committed application seek bar that is available by means of the console or voice, and also the scrubber bar.

5. Smarter Volume Controls

Many people weren’t happy with how Google upset the volume settings in Lollipop. In Marshmallow, Google altered the suspicious volume controls. Presently, when you press the volume here and there catches on your smartphone, you get individual sliders for changing the volume of the notices, music and clock. To get to the extra sliders, simply tap on the down arrow.

6. Google has Added a Memory Manager

One of the protestations about Android Lollipop was that its eager for memory nature presented a wide range of execution issues in telephones without totally heaps of RAM. Another element gives you a chance to look at the memory utilization of all your installed applications without utilizing an outsider application. There’s a radical new “Memory” area in the fundamental Settings menu.

Be that as it may, before you get excessively energized, it’s for the most part about checking RAM utilize and checking whether there are any applications doing things they truly shouldn’t as opposed to tinkering with the amount of memory applications are permitted. You can see the RAM use in the course of the last 3, 6, 12 or 24 hours, to give you a chance to distinguish when and where things are turning out badly without an excess of dynamic checking on your part. As is so regularly the case with Android, you’ll still likely need to take a try at uninstalling/reinstalling any applications that are genuinely getting into misbehaving.

7. Battery Optimization Now on a By-App Basis

Android just truly began to grasp legitimate a battery-saving mode with Android Lollipop, despite the fact that custom skins have had such components throughout recent years. Android Marshmallow includes a radical new battery range called ‘optimization’. This changes how applications eat vitality when not being effectively utilized as a part of request to spare battery life. As standard, all applications bar the Android framework itself use battery enhancement, and everything you can do is make vital applications excluded from this element.

Google hasn’t lain out too unmistakably precisely what improvement does, however you can wager a portion of it is about directing access to versatile information and how uninhibitedly they can perform foundation forms.

8. Hidden ‘Flappy Bird’ Clone

Like on Android 5.0 Lollipop, there’s a concealed Flappy Bird clone inside the working framework. To play it, go into Settings > about telephone and continue tapping on the Android rendition number, until the “M” symbol appears. Tap the M to transform it into a marshmallow and after that long squeeze it until the amusement shows up.

Google has since confirmed that the Nexus 7 will also be among the first devices to the get the Marshmallow treatment.

9. 200 New Emoji

The upgrade to Android 6.0.1 carried with it 200 new emoji. These are default Android emoji and should to be perfect with any console. A great deal of the emoji that were included has been being used iOS and Windows 10 for quite a while, yet others are new. The rundown of new emoji incorporates the mythical unicorn, the delicious taco and the hungry squirrel.

10- Save Battery Life on Android

Marshmallow also supports the new standard, USB type-C. Type C links are reversible – so you won’t need to stress over bumbling around with your charging link oblivious – and they likewise bolster speedier information exchange and charging speeds.

Relatively few gadgets have USB Type-C ports yet, and not all are delivery with genuine Type-C links and connectors (numerous are just reconfigured USB 2.0 links). Yet, Marshmallow is future-sealing itself by including Type-C support and the new USB Power Delivery particular, which means Marshmallow gadgets will likewise have the capacity to switch charge different gadgets. It Means Marshmallow has new charging standards, including reverse charging and USB type-C.

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