Everybody knows that every time when there is launch of newer Android versions, Peoples are excited about to know its features for this we have gathered information to satisfy your enthusiast.The Android M developer preview launched in early July, bringing with it a whole host of bug fixes as well as some great new features. Including the option to customize the status bar, a rotating home-screen. Don’t want to see your SD card status, WiFi connection or Bluetooth connection in the top corner of your home-screen any more? Well, now you don’t have to. For more further details read below.
Android M:The Latest Android Version
*Rotating home screen
Another surprisingly slow feature to make it to Android. The screen rotation function for the home screen has finally made an appearance. Now you can use your phone in landscape format both in apps and on the home screen.
*Remove status bar icons
This is possibly my favorite new feature: toggles for which icons you see in the status bar. If, for example, you always have Bluetooth on and don’t really need a persistent icon taking up space in your status bar, now you can simply remove it. The same goes for the Cast icon, hotspot, Do Not Disturb, alarm set, work profile, Wi-Fi, cellular data and more.
*App drawer has been fixed
While we commend Google on trying a new, vertical-scrolling app drawer.The alphabetical dividers on the left and negative space at the end of some sections was a bad idea. The new Android M removes these and is faster to navigate because you have more app icons on screen. It still scrolls vertically though.
The memory section is now located front and center in the Settings menu. I’m not sure how often the average user is going to want to check in on memory usage. Having it plainly visible will hopefully cause more people to become familiar with what RAM management is and what you can use it for.
Android M makes every app “fess up” on the storage, battery life and data it is taking up, alongside the permissions it requires to work. And this is all provided in a more streamlined, structured and cleaner app info page, where you can also make further adjustments to the notifications it can display, app links (more on that later) as well as optimization preferences.
Android M brings a new feature to improve your device’s battery life – Doze. A battery management feature, Doze is the name for the deep-sleep state of Android M – this state uses just half of the power in sleep state, which means that your device’s battery lasts double the time.
Fingerprint finally comes to the Android ecosystem and since Google is the one bringing this to the platform, that means any phone running Android M will be able to adopt this security feature. Android M will have native fingerprint support: fingerprint scanning can be applied using a standard and open set of APIs that works consistently across a range of devices and sensors.
Two-way charging is a term coined for the wonderful world of device charging. Android phone will be able to charge another mobile phone or tablet, like a portable battery can. However, there is a catch.
Android M will support the USB Type C charger or USB-C, which means that this two-way charging won’t be possible if the other phone does not have a USB-C connector. This reversible-type connector allows a faster rate of charging. Almost 3 to 5 times faster, which is the kind of innovation we look for in our smartphones.
1. Lock screen message lets anyone show a customized message on the lock screen. Previously, the option asked for the user’s name to be displayed on the lock screen
2. Volume controls now come with a dropdown that lets you control the ringtone, media and alarm volumes directly from the hovered control bar.
3. Do not disturb is the name given to the auto-silent feature that allows users to set rules or restrict notifications by specific days or time. Users can also manually switch it on or off using Quick Toggles or from the Settings.
4. App Notifications gives users more control over what and where notifications can be shown, including what you see in the heads-up notifications.
5. System UI Tuner (Developer options) lets users manage and arrange the quick toogles and even supports adding new toggles.
6. USB Configuration (Developer options) lets users set the default configuration for USB attached to the device. Options include:
MTP (Media Transfer Protocol)
PTP (Picture TP)
RNDIS (USB Ethernet)
7. External storage can be adopted with Android M. This means extra storage from, say, SD cards will be encrypted and formatted to behave like internal storage, allowing for the moving of apps and private data easily between storage devices.
And in coming days the third Preview will be available for Android M .Possibly the final release will come in August..
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