Android 6.0 Marshmallow began to be delivered by Nexus, bringing also some interesting changes.
In about a week in the event Google to launch new Nexus devices, company officials promised they would not go more than a few days until the final release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The Mountain View company kept its word and Nexus phones have started to receive the new OS.
Of course, changes to the Android 6.0 Marshmallow are not as high as those brought by Android 5.0 Lollipop. As I write the truth , Android 6.0 Marshmallow not give everything up. Instead, it introduces support for the latest technologies, including Android and Pay (payment system that Google announced some time ago), and improves some of the basic processes.As I mentioned earlier, the first terminals will be updated Nexus series. Specifically, it is about models Nexus 5 Nexus 6 Nexus 7 (2013), Nexus and Nexus Player 9. They also will not be ignored any Android phones One program.
- Change the permissions system
One of the things that attracted much criticism over time was permissions system. If you wanted to install an app, you were forced to give it all that we required permissions. In this way, you could have to do with a flashlight app that asks you access to location, e-reader or application that will require access to contacts. With the introduction of Android M, things are different.
Now you can choose to give access to any applications that you install. Of course, you should be aware that some applications require specific permissions to work properly. If you want to have some of the best experience when using WhatsApp would be wise to share your contact list as well as pictures and microphone.
- Android Pay
Google introduces a system of payments, which from now on will be installed on all Android phones. As stated Wired site, Google will most likely offer various tools that will allow applications to access online banking payment services. In the fight with Apple and Samsung Pay Pay, the most important advantage enjoyed Pay Android operating system is even popularity.
- A high level of security
Android 6.0 Marshmallow will be the first to support sensors for fingerprint recognition. So far, all Android phones equipped with such a sensor developed software enjoyed by each company. It was one of the main reasons why the sensors on some phones worked better than others. From this support will benefit most developers, who can secure applications using the fingerprint sensor.
- Support for USB Type C
Nexus and Nexus 6P 5C are the first phones equipped with Google’s USB port type C. This is the first Android 6.0 Marshmallow comes with support for the technology implemented by a number of increasingly large companies. A C-type USB cable comes with two identical heads reversible and enables a recharge faster and faster data transfers thanks to compatibility with the standard USB 3.1.Moreover, the people at Pocket-lint argue that those small connectors will allow the creation of thinner mobile future. With the new USB Type C laptops, recharging and data transfer will be made through the same port, which means that their size will be reduced.
The user interface was also part of a small change. In the latest Android version, the “app drawer” have placed applications on different screens. Google has chosen now to return to an older design, the screens are now stacked vertically. These were some of the most important changes. More information, along with user feedback will appear once the update reach a larger number of phones.