Good News to all the android lovers,Google has now confirmed that Android M is Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The third and final version of the Android M developer preview has also just been released, alongside the Android 6.0 SDK.
This new version of android is about to be released and this newest version will be called Android Marshmallow.
As we all know the earlier version were named after sweet treats except the first two versions which were called Alpha and Beta,but this newest version is named after a sugar based candy Marshmallow.
Android M was first heard about early in May, it can now brag about its newest addition, the Google Now. This means, that Google Now will aim to solve some of your puzzles depending on the app that you use.
Those familiar with Google Wallet can look forward to the improvised version which will be known as Android Pay.
It will use NFC to initiate payments. Marshmallow will also offer support for the fingerprint scanner, a feature which Apple has offered since introducing Touch ID on the iPhone 5S.
Other features include app permissions, Google by a tap, ‘Doze’ let’s Android device is in a rested state to help conserve power, simplified volume controls, direct share and floating tools, customisable Google Chrome.
Potential developers can get their apps ready for a final release. There are a lot of new APIs (application programme interface), and permissions in Android 6.0, so this September builds gives some time for developers to cook the Marshmallow right.
Developers can play around with the final Android Marshmallow builds on the Nexus 5 and 6 smartphones plus the Nexus 9 and Nexus Player set-top box.
It is now available for download on the developer pages of Android.
Compared to the previous preview there is more bugfixes and stability improvements.
The Android SDK has also been officially bumped up to version 6.0 which can now be updated via the SDK Manager. Documentation for all API 23 changes can now be found in the developer reference pages.
Source: Times Of Oman