Android 6.0 Marshmallow Changelog - What's New?

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Android 6.0 Marshmallow Changelog - What's New?

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Google just released its new operating system Android 6.0 marshmallow for Nexus devices, but also smartphones from Samsung, Sony and LG are to benefit from the new software soon. But what may Android 6.0 marshmallow ever new and better than its predecessor? We have summarized the most important changes in a short changelog:

General Changelog for Android 6.0 Marshmallow:

UI System Tuner: The Tuner UI system it is possible to customize the status bar

Swivel home screen: Now you can finally turn on the smartphone homescreen. Practically, for example, when transferring means Chromecast.

Dark Design: The design of the Android interface can be switched to dark. In addition, the setting can be set so that the design changes depending on the time of day.

New App Drawer: The new app drawer the Apps are arranged vertically. One may scroll through them from top to bottom. The last four apps used are displayed at the top.

Delete screenshots immediately: Screenshots can after shooting just above the status bar again be deleted

RAM Check the menu: This allows you to see more easily how much RAM is occupied by individual apps at the moment.

Use SD card as an internal memory: Smartphones with micro SD card slot can rejoice. In Android 6.0 Marshmallow the memory card can be formatted as an internal memory. This Apps can be installed directly onto the memory card.

Memory management: Memory management has been presented more clearly from developer point of view ...

Improved battery performance: With a faster change in the stand-by or Deep Sleep is possible to save battery power.

Application Permissions: Great deal if everything works as intended. With this option it is possible to withdraw individual apps rights thus only allow what you want yourself. This was previously only root smartphones reserved.

Wi-Fi Calling: This setting allows calls over the Wi-Fi network to make at home. Will be used to what extent this function remains to be seen.

Fingerprint scanner: If, for example, for Android Pay used now directly supported by Android 6.0 marshmallow to authorize the user.

Android Pay: The new payment service from Google via NFC will be pre-integrated 6.0 marshmallow in Android.

Tap-to-Wake: by tapping the screen the smartphone from the standby is brought. Probably this feature will not be possible for all smartphones.

Calculator now only via the Play Store: The standard calculator is no longer installed in Android 6.0 pre.

Google Now: By pressing and holding the Home button Google Now can be used anywhere, even in apps that can be started.

Automatic backup: Your data if desired, secured directly every 24 hours Google Drive

These were the main changes in Android 6.0 marshmallow in the standard version. Companies like Samsung, Sony etc. are still your own surfaces "iron over it." One may be curious.

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