CUPCAKE, DONUT, ECLAIR, FROYO, GINGERBREAD, HONEYCOMB, ICE CREAM SANDWICH, JELLY BEAN, KITIKAT and LOLLIPOP. So now, the question is, trace a common link between all these names. A simple answer to this simple question is that all these names are of sweet edible items, right? Wrong!!! All these are the code names of ‘Android’, a mobile operating system. And to join this list of delicious names, next up we have is everyone’s favorite, MARSHMALLOW. So are you guys ready for the latest Android 6.0, Marshmallow???
Back in September 2008, Google brought a leap in the world of technology by introducing us a certain something called ANDROID. Clueless about this new concept, little that we knew was that this is going to be the biggest sensation in less than a decade. And now almost 7 years later, Google is budding excitement amongst the people merely by announcing its next treat to technology, Android 6.0, Marshmallow. So Google has revealed the name, version number but is yet to make an announcement about its source code. Sources claim that Google’s Nexus phones will be the first ones to get an update to Android 6.0, Marshmallow.
In order to make sure that its users are completely satisfied, Google has introduced a few brilliant features to its latest Android 6.0 like Google Now, Android Pay, Fingerprint authorization, automatic app data backups etc to name a few. ANDROID PAY is expected to revolutionize the mode of payment and pose as a competitor to Apple Pay and Samsung Pay. On the other hand, GOOGLE NOW is specially designed to make your life easy. Merely by tapping, you’ll get complete information about whatever you demand for. Guess what, this is not it, Google has also introduced something called ‘Smarter App Links’ to make sure that you don’t have to deal with the annoying Notification bar asking you about the app you want to open this file in. Ussssshhhhh, now that’s a relief.
Your App Data backups in Marshmallow will happen by default. And for the first time ever, a device running on Android will actually authorize Fingerprints of the user. This is a very sensible introduction by Google considering the demand of safety by its users. So all in all, Google’s new Android 6.0 Marshmallow seems quite interesting and definitely better than its previous versions.
To talk more about Google’s new Android 6.0 Marshmallow, we’ll wait for it to officially get release. Keep checking this space for more news on tech updates and tell us your views about new MARSHMALLOW in the comment box.