New Android 6.0 Marshmallow Starts To Roll Out To Nexus Users, Checkout Some Of Its Unique Features

Yesterday Google starts to roll out the latest, the sweetest,  smartest Android version yet, Android 6.0 Marshmallow to Nexus users. And of course the new Nexus 5X and 6P will ship with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, straight from the factory.

Google says in their blogpost that the latest version, Android 6.0 Marshmallow will be the sweetest,  smartest Android version yet. It is powered the some awesome features that will enrich your Android experience. One of the unique feature called Now on Tap  will help you to stays on task alongside, instantly pulling up relevant info and helping you get more done.

With Android Marshmallow they packed two important features which dramatically decrease your device’s thirst for power, will improve battery life. One of the feature is Android Marshmallow recognizes when your device is idle and automatically goes into a deep sleep state to conserve power. The other new battery-conserving feature is called App Standby. This puts your seldom used apps into a reduced activity state to conserve battery for the apps you use more frequently.

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gives you the ability to customize and control which capabilities you give apps. With the new app permissions model, you pick and choose which permissions to grant apps at the time of use. Apps designed for Android Marshmallow only ask for a permission at the time it’s needed to use a feature. You can deny any permission and still continue to use the app. In addition, they added new settings for permissions that allow you to turn on and off any permission, for any app, at any time.

More choice and control to protect your privacy

For fingerprint sensor enabled devices, Android Marshmallow gives you a new way to protect your device. On Marshmallow, your fingerprint is the gatekeeper to unlocking your device, authorizing transactions in the Google Play Store, signing into 3rd party apps, and zipping through checkout with Android Pay.

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Simplified security with your fingerprint

On Lollipop, Android made it easier to set up your new phone from your old one, migrating your apps and app data. With Android Marshmallow, you can breeze through setup on your Android TV or tablet too. Say “OK Google, set up my device” from your phone and you’ll quickly be up and running. For TV, they will even transfer over your Wi-Fi passwords.

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Set up your new device lickety-split

Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7 (2013), Nexus 9 and Nexus Player will get an over the air software update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

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