Have You Heard About The Android Marshmallow?

Android was introduced to the market in the year 2007. The first version Android beta 1.0 was released in September 2008. Android is developed by the Google. Android has seen many updates since its first release. Now, Google is ready to release the latest version 6.0 Android Marshmallow. But it is still under final review and it will be released soon to the market.

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Marshmallow is focusing on improving introducing features like a redesigned permission model, Doze power scheme and native support for fingerprint recognition. Meanwhile, mobile application development companies in Los Angeles, especially dedicated Android app development companies in Miami and all the major cities of the world are building a unique strategy to develop mobile apps for updated Android OS.

The key features of Android Marshmallow:

  1. Google now on tap:

Now Google is available in all types of phones. Android 6.0 will make easier to the users to get contextual information. Now the users can use Google search easily and they can search any app while using any smartphones.

  1. Chrome Custom Tabs:

When using the app, users can open any link in the app or it will take you outside the app to the default browser. Android 6.0 is coming with the updated features and it will be easy for users accessing links within the app.With Android Marshmallow, app developers will be able add chrome tab into the apps.

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  1. Battery life enhancement:

The Android 5.0-5.1.1 (Lollipop) is not effective as Google assured providing better battery life.Users cannot be able to use the smartphone for longerhoursasthe battery drains outquickly. In the Android 6.0,they are resolving the problems of the battery and it is helpful for users.With android 6.0 there is more battery backup and the users can use the phone more time.

  1. App Permissions:

Google has rebooted Android app approvalswith Android 6.0. When users updated their phone with the Android Marshmallow, Android 6.0 allows users to accept or deny any specific information that they don’t want.

  1. Android Pay:

Android 6.0 Marshmallow is bringing the new technology Android Pay, an NFC payment system.Android pay will also work withAndroid 4.4 version. With Android 6.0 Marshmallow, user can save credit card and loyalty card details in a secured place, based on Google wallet. When you want to make payments for any purchases or any bill payment, you can authenticate the transaction through your fingerprint or stored virtual card number.

  1. Direct Share:

Direct Share is a new sharing feature coming with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which enables users share content in the app like image, to specific contacts with just one click. When you share content with specific contacts frequently, the software or Direct Share feature shows those contacts above all.

  1. New boot animation:

You will see little changes in the boot animation with Android 6.0 Marshmallow.  The new boot animation shows four colorful circles before the appearance of Android Logo.

  1. Customizable toggles:

The most custom Android skins letusers personalize thetoggles in the notification section.It is more beneficial to the users.With Android 6.0 Marshmallow, users can customize the toggles on Nexus devices, and devices run on the stock version of Android 6.0. Blackberry, Windows and Apples are also releasing devices with many smart features that Google will be coming with Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

Are you looking for mobile application development for your business?

FuGenX is a leading Android and iPhone application development company in Miami. We are also one of the best Blackberry, Windows and iPad app development companies in Miami. For more info on our mobile app development services, reach us at info@fugenx.com or www.fugenx.com


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