Google’s next version of the Android, Android M is announced by company in its Developer’s conference in San Francisco. Google says that Android M, which is debuting as a prerelease version today with a full release later this year, brings a host of new features and performance enhancements
Google’s Dave Burke said this version of Android is focused entirely on “quality end to end,” with the central theme solely on improving the core user experience. So, basically, squashing bugs and improving performance overall. While last year’s Android Lollipop was about introducing a new design, animations and more intuitive UX, Android M is all about making Android more functional on a granular level.
Now pay with Android with unlocking the lock screen. Now you can pay with the fingerprint sensor on the top of it.One of the big parts of Android M is a revamped apps permissions system. Users will be able to approve or deny security permissions, such as camera or location access, on a case by case basis. There are only eight categories of permissions available to apps now, and the apps will ask for them as they need them. That’s different from how Android current works, which asks users to approve all permissions at once when the app is installed