Google Android M Features and Price,Android M features and its release date, new included features with new version 6.0. Google is going to launch its new version of android named as Android M (Version 6.0) with the inclusion of new features. The Andriod M is going to release on the 1st week of september 2015( Expexted). But the Android M release date was not yet confirmed.

Google Android M Features and Price - Android 6.0
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Google Android M Features and Price – Android 6.0

Android M features, release date: The new android M preview was launched at Google I/O 2015 at San Francisco. The conference has been started by the Sundar Pichai. Which was followed by Dave Bruke the vice president of Google who announced about the 6 New Features that are going to be introduced in the new version of Android M 6.0.

Google has announced the top new 6 features in the android to attract the users and feel free for the users to get use.

1. Android Pay:

The First Android M features was Android Pay. It is the Google’s new Mobile payment system to make the payments easier and faster. The android Pay is an app that is going to compete with the app Apple Pay.

Android Pay will allow the users to use our credit cards to pay for products in more than 700,000 stores in the US. The Android Pay is compatible with any device running 4.4 KitKat or above. Android Pay would be supported by American Express, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover, ans as well as for the carriers such as AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile.

2. App Permissions:

The second new Android M features included was App Permissions. App permissions are increased in Android M. The users now will be able to choose to accept or deny individual permissions they would see with the simplified accesses.
The App Permissions would be requested for the first time we try to use any new app. At the previous versions the permissions would be asked at the point of installation. You don’t have to agree to permissions that you dont know about at all. You can also modify the permissions granted to the app later in your Settings, and you can also view permissions by type and see which apps have that permission granted.

3. Web Experience:

The third new Android M features included for the users for easy web accesses is Chrome Custom Tabs. This feature will allow apps to open a customized Chrome window on top of the active app. Previously the chrome app would be launched separately. This will provide a faster user-experience when navigating between apps and the web. Chrome Custom Tabs supports automatic sign-in, saved passwords, auto fill, and multi-process security.

4. Fingerprint support:

The Finger print option was the other Android M features added. Google devices will now support for the fingerprint scanners on phones running on the O.S Android M. The new feature will allow fingerprint scanners will be able to use to unlock the phones. This feature not only used to unlock the phones but to make purchases shopping in real-life and also in the Play store apps.

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5. Increase Standby Time of Battery:

Android M features now gets uses the new feature known as Doze to improve standby time of the battery. By using motion detectors, Android M will recognize when devices are been not used.

For example when a person is not using the phone or when it has been left any where with out use, to reduce background processes.
Even in Doze mode, your Android can still start alarms or notify you about the priority notifications. Android M also supports USB Type-C which provides faster charging option. This also lets users charge other devices with their phone.

6. APP Links:

The excellent feature added among all the six Android M features could be the App Links. This feature would be very ease to access for the user to get use and make user feel free.

In the Previous versions of Android when ever a user click on the link the dialogue box would be opened and would ask you to open the link in which app like YouTube or chrome or Facebook.

But in the new Android M 6.0. the link would be opened to its corresponding app. For example if a user selects an YouTube link then only the YouTube app would be directly opened with out the inclusion of dialogue box of other apps.