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 https://t.co/eIwlgT7c6i pic.twitter.com/ytRwKLuCKT — Android (@Android) August 17, 2015 Today Google is also releasing

The Next Nexus Phone May Have Just Been Leaked

While Android M is still in development, we don’t know much about the next Nexus phone. But now, we may have gotten our first look at it. This prototype, if it’s real, looks quite different from the existing Nexus 6. Gone is the overtly large camera, which is now much smaller. The flash has now

No Sense 7 update for the HTC One M8 until Android M

Waiting to see the HTC Sense 7 UI on your One M8 smartphone? Well, you might have to keep waiting as HTC’s Mo Versi has officially confirmed on Twitter that the update will not be sent out to the 2014 flagship until Android M is available. He mentioned that Sense 7 for the HTC One M8 will

Android M - Default Apps

With Android M, you will find a dedicated default apps section

Android M comes with a handful of features as we all know, and we’re learning more about the system with each passing day. According to a new revelation, the new Android version will feature a dedicated default apps section, letting you set the default apps for a particular function like opening the music player, playing

Android M Text Selection

Text selection on Android M gets a significant upgrade

With Android M going official yesterday, there were a wide range of features that have been discussed. Google has just pointed out at yet another addition with the new ‘M’ release and this time it’s pertaining to text selection. The company has even provided a gif image to tell us how it works with Android M.