Shortly after revealing the official name of Android 6.0 Marshmallow on Monday, Google released the final preview version of the software along with the Android 6.0 SDK. Developers will now be able to begin publishing apps on Google Play that take advantage of the new API level 23 included in the latest version of Android. …
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The suspense (if there was any suspense) appears to be over. Google’s vice president of engineering for Android has posted a new picture on his Twitter feed that shows the iconic green Android robot standing outside Google’s campus and it’s holding a… wait for it…
What is Android M’s real name? We likely won’t know until next month at the earliest but that hasn’t stopped Googlers Nat and Lo from putting together a new video that teases us with potential final names for Android M.
Motorola announced brand new Android hardware on Tuesday, including the sleek and affordable Moto X Pure Edition phablet and the significantly updated budget-friendly Moto G. But there’s also one other thing Motorola plans to do starting with these phones in order to fix the most annoying thing about Android.
Android M isn’t going to be a massive game-changer like Android 5.0 Lollipop was. However, it will have some small-but-important tweaks and improvements that will noticeably improve the consumer experience. Green Bot recently put together a slideshow of the small changes Google has made with Android M and we’ve picked out five of them that we think …
Google is widely expected to launch two new Nexus handsets this year, including a 5-inch LG Nexus 5 (2015 edition) and a Huawei phablet. Fans of the Nexus line probably expect the phones to launch at some point in the fourth quarter of the year, which is when Google usually releases new Nexus smartphones. But it looks …
Many reports have so far claimed that Google is working on two different Nexus handsets that’ll be launched later this year, including a Huawei phablet and an LG smartphone. And now a new story out Asia claims that LG’s version of the new Nexus will have at least one surprise under the hood.
At this point, it’s kind of unclear who’s stealing what between Apple and Google. Android has implemented plenty of features over the years that the iPhone has since adopted, but as PhoneArena elucidates in a comparison piece, Android M appears to have taken some inspiration from iOS as well.
With iOS 9 and Android M available in beta versions, users have already started comparing the main features of Apple’s and Google’s latest operating system updates. After seeing an iOS 9 vs. Android M comparison in side-by-side pictures, it’s now time to explore the two mobile software platforms on tablets.
Both Google and Apple have now released developer preview versions of their upcoming mobile operating systems. Coincidentally, both iOS 9 and Android M are focusing primarily on releasing a more stable OS this year, though each of them is also bringing some neat new features to the table. Since both mobile platforms can be already installed on supported devices, it’s time …