Pros of Android Marshmallow

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It was in May 2015 when the concept of the 6th version of #Android #Operatingsystem was disclosed at #Google I/O, however it got officially released in October 2015.
This all new version of #AndroidOperatingsystem was aimed to enhance the user experience of Lollipop. Multiple new features were introduced in the form of #AndroidMarshmallow that included freshly designed #APIs for appropriate assistants, new permission architecture, #fingerprintimpression recognition, strong management system that help in minimizing activities in the background whilst a device is not in operational mode by the user, #USB type-C connectors and it also supported the transferring of #applications and data to #microSD ard and then using it as main storage. Other than these various internal changes were also a part of Android Marshmallow. With this short article we are about to discuss some of its pros in a bit detail.
• With too many apps in the smart phones, keeping your phone batteries charged for long was a difficult thing to wish for. Android Marshmallow puts your phone in sleep mode when not in use that keeps your phone charging last longer than before.
• The automatic #appstandby mode restricts applications that are rarely used, to affect your battery life.
• Android Marshmallow allows you to run the applications according to your need. You can simply limit the access for any particular app any time by turning off permissions.
• Make your phone more secure; forget remembering difficult passwords and the panic of retaining access in case you forget your passwords since now you can simply gain access to your phone with your fingerprints. Unlock you device with finger impression and enjoy using apps.
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