Smartphones have become the norm these days, as a number of customers getting attracted towards their expanding functionality. Costumers use phones for various purposes. Android OS by Google is the most widely used platforms for smartphones and tablets on the market. It was a collaborative effort from the Open Handset Alliance (OHA), a unit comprises of the companies such as Dell, Sony, Samsung, Google, Motorola, HTC, Sony, LG, T-Mobile and more. That’s why these smartphone companies released their handset with the Android OS.
Latest Android version Android 4.1, Jelly Bean and Lollipop 5.0 replace Ice Cream Sandwich OS (4.0). This latest version allows a user to share photos and videos on social media sites easily. Moreover, it also enhances the speed of fingers over the screen to perform more actions, as well as faster than the previous version of it. At present, the newest version of Android, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, continues to follow the basic look of Lollipop.
More or less the Android’s latest version is similar to its last version, Lollipop, with some added features. In this new version, you have got a lock screen, which will display the notifications after you unlock it. Your home screen now has become an app-centric. Also, you have got an another feature called app drawer to store everything you have downloaded through Play Store.
Another important feature that differentiates Android 6.0 Marshmallow from Window 10 Mobile and iOS 9, is skinning. This feature gives OEM’s (Samsung, LG, HTC etc.) free reign to turn Android into whatever they want to be the.