The new version of Android, Marshmallow, is going to make Android capable of doing a lot more for you, all while making significant modifications across the OS that attend to longstanding problems. Overall, we are looking at a tidier, smoother, and more utilizable Android. And yeah, you are going to want to update.
Here are some of the new features that we will see in the new version of Android.
First up, app permissions. As previously speculated, app permissions have been refurbished in the new Android, and you can now opt to accept or deny individual permissions as you see fit.
The introduction of Google’s new RAM manager to Android M will provide users with more precise and clear information concerning the highest and typical RAM usage of apps.
"Standardize support" for fingerprint scanners on phones running Android Marshmallow from Google will permit fingerprint scanners to be used not only to unlock phones, but also to make purchases.
The Auto Backup and Restore for Apps feature used in combination with Google Drive automatically backs up app data and settings, and is encrypted.
By using motion detectors, Android will identify when a device hasn’t been used for a while and reduces background processes.
Yes, we think it is worth the wait and will live up to the hype.