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Features Of New Android MARSHMALLOW



Google has finally announced the name of its next Android. It'll be called MARSHMALLOW. Here we show you the best features of MARSHMELLOW

#10 Customizable toggles

#10 Customizable toggles

The excitement is just increasing with every passing day. Just so that you know, most custom Android skins allow users to personalize the toggles in the notifications drawer, it is still not a native feature for Google's mobile operating system. And the good news is, this is about to change with Android Marshmallow, as users will be able to customize the toggles they want on Nexus devices as well (along with any other smartphone that runs on the stock version of Android 6.0).

#9 New boot animation

#9 New boot animation

You'll get a newly designed display with this updated Android. So as soon as you boot your phone, you'll see a new design on your screen. Google is bringing in a little change to the boot animation with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which will now show four colorful circles moving about and morphing into various shapes before settling into the Android logo.

This replaces the Android 5.0 Lollipop boot animation. This is definitely a welcome change. Bring it on.

#8 Direct Share

#8 Direct Share

Android has always been brilliant as far as sharing things are concerned. The new Android, just makes it better. Google is coming up with this new feature called Direct Share.

#7 Android Pay

#7 Android Pay

Android Marshmallow Also comes with a new NFC based payment system which is expected to rival Apple and Samsung's pay system. Though it will be launched with Android Marshmallow, it will still be available for devices running on Android 4.4 and above.

#6 App permissions

#6 App permissions

If you are an app person, this piece of information should definitely concern you. Google has rebooted app permissions with Android 6.0. Marshmallow will allow users to accept or deny permissions to apps as when they are updated; for example, if an app you download wants to access your camera, you can choose to deny to that requirement while approving the others.

#5 USB Type C and faster charging

#5 USB Type C and faster charging

Along with the new version of its Android, Google is also working on its USB chord's. Google is doing away with microUSB as the standard for the Android smartphones with the Android Marshmallow update, replacing it with USB Type C.

This means faster charging also. This relatively new USB type is backwards-compatible, which means that (like Apple’s Lightning adapter) the charging cable can be inserted in the port either way, making it a convenience for all users.

#4 Fingerprint support Goes Native

#4 Fingerprint support Goes Native

Fingerprint support is very famous with most of the big guns in the market but Google is making fingerprint sensor support Live with Android 6.0. This will improve the security of the phone as well as facilitate a smooth Android payment.

#3 Battery life enhancements

#3 Battery life enhancements

Battery is one of the most crucial aspects of any phone and its Operating system. Google is just making sure that it satisfies all its customers even with its battery front. It tried doing this with even its previous Android lollipop but failed drastically.

While Android Lollipop's Project Volta did not bring as much battery life improvement as was promised by Google, the company claims to have brought a fix with Android Marshmallow's Doze feature. Basically, this feature is said to bring your smartphone to a near-off state when it has been idle for a long time.

#2 Chrome Custom Tabs

#2 Chrome Custom Tabs

This will bring some relief to all the Internet addicts. With Android 6.0, app makers will be able to integrate Chrome tabs into their apps, but retain the app’s customized look. The toolbar color, enter & exit animations, and custom actions as well as overflow menu can be picked by the app makers even if the link is of an external website.

#1 Google Now on Tap

#1 Google Now on Tap

Google Now on Tap is one of the most important feature in the updated Android. While Google Now is presently available, on most phones, only via the Search app, Android 6.0 will make it all-pervasive.

So now, the thing is that you will be able to pull up Google Now to make a quick search across any app while using the smartphone. All you need to do is to select any section on the screen, for example any particular text, and Google Now on Tap will pull up relevant information, including context-based definitions.



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