About Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Android 6.0 “Marshmallow” was uncovered under the codename “Android M” amid Google I/O on May 28, 2015, for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 telephones, Nexus 9 tablet, and Nexus Player set-top box, under the assemble number MPZ44Q.[203] The third designer review (MPA44G) was discharged on August 17, 2015 for the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player devices,[204] and was refreshed to MPA44I that conveyed fixes identified with Android for Work profiles.

Here its Features Marshmallow:

  • Relevant inquiry from catchphrases inside apps.[207]
  • Presentation of Doze mode, which lessens CPU speed while the screen is off so as to spare battery life[208]
  • Application Standby component
  • One after another in order available vertical application drawer[209]
  • Application look bar and top choices
  • Local unique mark peruser bolster
  • Coordinate Share include for target-explicit sharing between apps[210]
  • Renamed “Need” mode to “Don’t Disturb” mode
  • Application Linking for quicker instinctual opening of connections with comparing applications[211][212]
  • Bigger Application organizers with different pages
  • Post-introduce/run-time consent demands
  • USB-C bolster
  • Demo Mode include for screen capture catch usage[213]
  • Programmed full information reinforcement and reestablish for apps[214]
  • 4K show mode for apps[215]
  • Adoptable External stockpiling to act like Internal Storage[216] (However, this causes more genuine issues than the speculative ones it was most likely intended to solve.[217])
  • MIDI help for melodic instruments[218]
  • Exploratory multi-window feature[219][220]
  • Support for activities by outsider applications in the content determination menu[85]
  • Application authorizations currently allowed independently at run-time, not win or bust at introduce time.[221]
  • Miracast bolster dropped

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