5 Hidden features of Android Marshmallow 6.0

Hellow Android freaks! We know, you always experience good moments with your android smartphones. You know, Google is already going to launch its next android stair ‘Android N’. However, a few days ago it launched Android Marshmallow 6.0. Now, our task is to focus on 5 hidden features of Android Marshmallow 6.0.

5 Hidden features of Android Marshmallow 6.0

1.’Google Now’ on Tap

Tech bugs say Android coolest and handy innovation is ‘Google Now’. Marshmallow  worked for its more awesomeness. Now, you can access it by a long tap on the Home button from any part of the screen and use it. But, if it is the first time, you may require doing some simple guidances.

2.Modified Cut & Paste

Here you can say, Android borrowed this feature from IOS. Now, in Marshmallow, if you select some text the Cut & Paste will start to float over the text. So, it’s pretty easy to do with Cut & Paste option.

3.Google is placed in Setting menu 

All the android users need to maintain the Google ecosystem in their devices . So, to find google settings at ease it is placed in the setting menu.Now, it’s easier to find Google setting in Marshmallow.

4. App Permissions

In terms of security of the users, we think it’s the best feature of Marshmallow.You know, unlike App Store, Google Play store is burdened with thousand of Malicious Apps. Once if you install any of this accidentaly, they start to access your personal data without your permission. But, in Marshmallow stupid apps also seek your permission before they bring some malicious gifts for you!!

5. Smart Lock for Passwords
Now it is very easy for the users to skip the hassle of choosing alpha-numeric charechters in keyboard because of Marshmallow’s new feature ‘Smart Lock for Passwords’. If you are a Marshmallow user, then follow the direction Settings > Google > Smart Lock for Passwords to access this feature. It’s very similar to Google Chrome’s auto form fill feature.

That’s for today. Signing out but, share your valuable words on android Marshmallow with us in the comment section below.

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