Update – 2018.08.04
Android Marshmallow Features – Google has officially launched its latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow version. The appearance is inspired by Android Lollipop. Finally, Google released a preview of the developer and the Android M tools. We all know very curious about the features of Android M. Today I am here with a list of the 5 best features of Android Marshmallow. Check out our list below and leave comments, if you like, and share with friends.
1. Application links
In Android 6.0, app links work even faster than in previous versions. Consider a scenario where the user has already used the MX player to play videos. So now, if the user does not need to select the MX player, as he has already granted permission.
2. Android Pay
All mobile payment will be more secure with Android payment. It uses NFC and Host Card Stimulation techniques on Android Pay, which have already been tried on Gingerbread and KitKat.
Twelve is the new feature that Google introduced in Android M. Work of Doze is to optimize the battery life of a smartphone. Suppose, if the phone is not moving, the background applications are removed. Only high-priority features are kept active.
4. Application permissions
Users will get full command over permissions on a single specific application. But, depending on the context, users need to grant permissions. In Settings, you can now manage all permissions for a specific application. Now, on Android Marshmallow, users need to have specific permission, depending on the context. For example: on Facebook messenger, I want to use only the camera to send photos, so I need to get permission only for the camera.
5. Digital printing
Fingerprint works in conjunction with Android Pay for mobile payments. Android Marshmallow allows you to use the fingerprint system to confirm payment in the Google Play store. But now developers need to use new APIs to obtain fingerprint authorization in their applications.
So above, it all comes down 5 best features of Android Marshmallow 6.0. I hope you enjoy it, so don’t forget to share this post with others.
Originally posted 2020-03-03 03:42:42.