During their Google I/O 2015 conference, Google unveiled their latest version to the Android operating system, officially revealing Android M.
With this will come a number of changes to the system that fix a ton of bugs and set up Android for better features, including control of app permissions for apps, with the ability to link between different apps on Android, and a new feature that Google are calling Doze.
Sole will use motion detection to learn if a device has been left unattended for a long period of time and then back off background activity, thus extending the users’ battery life.
There’s also another new feature called Now on Tap, which allows users to ask Google Now for help about anything within an application, such as finding menus, reviews and more.
Android Pay will also be integrated into the new mobile OS, and it will also support fingerprint authorisation.
You can find out more about Android M at the source link below.