What’s the latest Android version?
Posted February 16, 2019 07:23:00Android 5.0 Lollipop is now officially available for all Android devices, and now that Google has released the first official Lollipop beta for Android devices running the Marshmallow 6.0 Marshmallow update, we can get a full rundown of the update, and how to install it.
Read moreA new Android 5.1.1 Marshmallow beta will be released for the Nexus 7 on February 20th, and it will come in two flavors: the regular, and the “premium” versions.
We’ll be reviewing the Nexus 10 and other new devices in the coming weeks.
Google has already been releasing beta updates for Marshmallow for a few years, but this is the first time that Google will be rolling out a full-fledged release of the software for its own devices.
The Marshmallow software has been around since Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but Google is starting to roll out the final version of Marshmallow to the Google Play Store in February 2019.
If you’ve already downloaded and installed Marshmallow from Google Play, it will likely be the same as what you see in the Play Store.
However, the Marshlock installation will include additional Google features, like support for Wi-Fi Direct, as well as a bunch of additional apps.
You can read more about Marshmallow in our full Marshmallow guide.
Here’s the full changelog for Marshlock for Android 5 and 6:Google’s new Android Marshmallow BetaFor Android 5, Marshmallow includes a slew of new features, including the Google Now Launcher, which now lets you quickly jump to Google’s most important notifications, including search results, upcoming calendar events, and more.
The app also now supports Android Pay, and Google Now is now much faster.
The new version of Google Now will also automatically launch any new Google Search app, so you can get directions from Google Maps without having to download them separately.
Google Now also includes the ability to automatically start Google Voice and Google Hangouts calls in the background, so now you can make your phone call on the go.
The Google Assistant also gets a new voice search feature, which lets you type in a search query to answer a question, and then Google Now responds with a “OK Google” notification that lets you continue your conversation.
Google has also added support for Google Now Cards to the search bar, and they’re now integrated into the Google Assistant search bar.
In addition, the new Marshmallow updates include a new Google Play Services, which Google now calls the Google Apps Service.
It includes a new app called Google Play Games, which will allow you to play online games and share files between Android devices.
Google’s app store is now completely redesigned, with new tools to make it easier for users to find the apps they want and to help developers to keep their apps available.
For example, you can now add and remove apps from the Google Search list directly from the app’s icon, and you can also filter apps by their price, reviews, and reviews by Google.
Google also introduced new features for Android, like an improved Google Search integration in the Settings app, and a new version is also available for the Playstore.