Google rolls out a new preview of its new Android M OS
Google has released a new version of its new Android M operating system.
Washington: Google has released a new version of its new Android M operating system.
According to thenextweb.com, the new version is called Android M Developer Preview 2 which has some bug fixes and security upgrades plus some API improvements.
Google has assured that when it is it will have some exciting new items for instance an improved App Permissions system that will seek permissions only when required and Android Pay, a built-in mobile payment system similar to Google Wallet but built in at the OS level.
Also, a new feature called Doze which is an enhanced power-saving logic for apps that sync while the users device is asleep and support for USB Type C.
To get the new build, the users will require a Nexus 5, Nexus 6, or Nexus 9. The users who are presently running the last Android M release, they can get the new version via the built-in OTA update screen. If not, download the image and install it on the device.