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Google Now Launcher

Google Now Launcher users seeing Android 6.0 style app drawer

We already know that #GoogleNow Launcher is seeing some updates that enables easier searching of apps. But along with this, #Google is also enabling the Android 6.0 style vertically scrollable app drawer as many users have found. Interestingly, this feature is not limited to a particular device and practically everybody with the Google Now Launcher

HTC Services App

Report: HTC One A9 to release with Android 6.0 and Sense 7.0

Renowned source of #HTC leaks and developer LlabTooFeR has mentioned that the upcoming HTC #OneA9 smartphone will release with #Android 6.0 #Marshmallow under the hood. He also mentions that the device will come with Sense 7 UI built-in, which is currently running on the One M9. The presence of Android 6.0 Marshmallow is a little surprising though.

Hardware specs of the 2015 LG Nexus 5 tipped by a new leak

#Google is all set to reveal two #Nexus devices this year according to some very convincing leaks from reliable sources. A new report from China is now giving us more clarity on what to expect from LG’s Nexus offering. According to this report, the smartphone will be packing a hexa-core Snapdragon 808 chipset underneath, much

[Download] Google Now Launcher from Android 6.0 Marshmallow

We’re all pretty excited for #Android #Marshmallow and the suite of features that it’s supposed to bring to the table. Some developers have now managed to snatch the Google Now launcher from this yet to be commercially released operating system, giving us early access to the launcher. Unfortunately, the vertical scrolling app drawer isn’t available with this

Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Have a look at the boot animation from Android 6.0 Marshmallow

It has already been confirmed that #AndroidM will be known as Android 6.0 #Marshmallow. But what about some of its features? Well, #Google has been releasing developer previews of the ROM for quite some time now, but we’re now getting a first look of the new boot animation that it will bring to devices. It

Android M Is Marshmallow

For months people have been speculating what Android M was an abbreviation for, and now we know. Google has just announced that Android M stands for Android Marshmallow and that it is also Android 6.0! Introducing #AndroidMarshmallow. Learn more about our latest sweet — Android (@Android) August 17, 2015 Today Google is also releasing