Google Android 6.0 called Marshmallow

Google Android 6.0 called Marshmallow
​​Google introduced a third Preview-version Android 6.0, and also reported, as will be called the new version of Android – Marshmallow. The new version of Android SDK provides developers with the ability to adapt their applications to the API level 23. Google pointed to the need for developers to establish new rights of access to their applications. In addition to the “native” support for the fingerprint sensor, Android 6.0 Marshmallow offers a completely new access rights . Also available are features that allow you to save energy and to update applications with greater simplicity.

The modified application can be tested in an updated version of the Android Emulator System. It also offers new versions of Android to 5 Nexus, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player. All this can be downloaded at Developer Preview . In the coming days, devices based on earlier versions of Developer Preview will be updated “over the air” (OTA). Google has made it clear that the third version of the Developer Preview will not be the last. Although it is close to the final version, for everyday use, it is not recommended. With the release of the final version of the equipment necessary to reset to factory settings, and then install the latest version of the OS.

Developers are invited to send a modified Android 6.0 Marshmallow applications in Google Play Store. For Google, this version is an important step on the way to the final version, which will be released in the fall. However, the question arises, how fast manufacturers update their devices. The only exception in this case are the above-mentioned devices Nexus.

Google Android 6.0 called Marshmallow updated: August 18, 2015 author: Jonathan Davis