Google has announced their next operating system, the Android 6.0. Like any other new OS, the latest revision focuses on optimization to increase the user experience, the speed and smoothness, and of course, to extend the battery life.
Compared to the previous version, Android 5, they have many improvement on the OS. Here are among them:
- Full App State Backup
- Redesigned, Searchable App Drawer
- System UI Tuner
- Uninstall Apps From The Homescreen
- Dark Theme
- Native Support For External Storage
- Google Voice Search Lockscreen Access
- 5GHz Tethering
- Native A2DP Bluetooth Streaming.
The Android M Developer Preview is available today for Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player, and the final version is due to launch in Q3, 2015.
Right now, the latest OS, the Android 5.x Lollipop has been used by 9,7 percent of the devices out there. KitKat is still the main OS with 39,8 percent and Jelly Bean 4.x still has 39,2 percent.
Is Google rolling out new OS too fast? I think so.