Android 6.0 code named Marshmallow is rolled out by google on September 29th 2015. Orginally it is not a very big update as expected. But there were some Key Improvements found in Android 6.0. App Permissions, Web Experience, Finger Print Support, Mobile Payment Systems, Power Charging, USB C Type Introduction, Auto Backup Facilities and Improved Security System. Its worth to inform that Google Now got a makeover and it has now got deeper connection with Apps.
First up, app permissions. As previously speculated, app permissions have been overhauled in Android M, and you can now choose to accept or deny individual permissions as you see fit. Permissions have also been simplified, and will now be requested the first time you try to use a feature, not at the point of installation. "You don't have to agree to permissions that don't make sense to you," Burke said, and used WhatsApp to give an example of how this works. If you want to record a voice message, WhatsApp will prompt you with a one-time request for permission to use your mic: if you still wish to give it access and record the message, you can, but you don't have to. In this way, Android M is giving you greater control of the information apps can access, a step forward for the OS.
Google will "standardize support" for fingerprint scanners on phones running Android Marshmallow. The new functionality will allow fingerprint scanners to be used not only to unlock phones, but to make purchases when shopping in real-life or within Play Store apps. Of course, your device will need a hardware fingerprint scanner to begin with, but with Google's full support, expect to see these appear on many more devices in the future.
Android has rarely regressed, but it has occasionally crawled, rather than leaped ahead. Marshmallow’s a crawl. Manage your expectations accordingly. More You can Read Here - Android Pit
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