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Best Hidden Features inside Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Mar 27, 2016

Best Hidden Features inside Android 6.0 Marshmallow: Google Android’s latest innovation and iteration Marshmallow is in the process of being rolled out across different makes and carriers. The new Samsung S7 comes with the software installed and it is available for all Moto X handsets and many more.android 6.0 marshmallow

Best Hidden Features inside Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Other Brands are rolling it out in stages, including HTC, Huawei and Sony and many more.

Before the software becomes ubiquitous, here are some of the best features in Google’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow that will make your life simple and easier.

Google Now is one of Android’s coolest one and full of ideas and most useful innovations. A helpful new Marshmallow feature makes it even more so.

Google Now on Tap allows you to access now without leaving the app you’re currently using. Just long press on the Home button from any screen and follow a few simple instructions to activate it for the first time

Now on Tap creates a Google Now overlay with your current app in the background. In addition to a familiar Google search screen at the top, Now on Tap automatically provides ready-made information.

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Google began rolling out updates to Android 6.0 Marshmallow a month ago, but chances are you don’t have it on your device yet, unless you have a Nexus or just purchased a brand-new Android phone, like the HTC One A9.

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While Marshmallow doesn’t reinvent the mobile wheel in any meaningful way, it still manages to pack in some cool new features that you’ll want to check out. Here are nine new features we’re pretty excited about.

Note: As detailed above, Android is a hot mobile mess. So no two OEM’s Marshmallow experiences are the same. If it looks like your phone might inconveniently die you can use this quick, new Android Marshmallow trick to extend your battery life by 30 per cent.