What changes are there in the new Android M compared to Android 5.1 Lollipop? You can get an overview of the in this gallery.
Google officially lifted the veil for the next Android version at its i/o event barely two weeks ago.
The new version, which so far is called M Developer Preview is an early draft of what Google will officially launch in a few months. Google has released an early draft of a small handful of its own Nexus devices.
The option has Mobilsiden.dk used to take a look at what there is of changes and news in the Android since 5.1 Lollipop, that saw the light of day for only three months ago.
Small changes on the lock screen
The lock screen has got a number of minor cosmetic changes. The large text with the time are now displayed in bold, while the date underneath is in capital letters.
At the bottom left corner is the dial-up shortcut with a shortcut to the Assistant with Google Now.
Overview of apps in new design
The list of your installed apps has got a small facelift. Apps are already sorted alphabetically, but it has Google made even clearer in Android M.
The list shows only three apps side by side against the previous four. Letters on the left side recorder as part of space, but on the other hand, makes it easier to find apps in the often large list.
At the top you will find the 4 frozen apps and a search button.
Apps at Google Now-search
When you press the shortcut on the home screen Now-Google, you’ll now also presented 4 apps, which are the most widely used. It is the same add-on that has come in appoversigten as described before.
New list of installed widgets
In Android 5.1 Lollipop, you can quickly get picked a big pile of widgets in your overview.
It is in the Android M Developer Preview is now a slightly more manageable after widgets now is sorted after apps. For example, if you have 5 widgets Google Drive app, you will need to scroll horizontally through these to see them all.
Simpler “do not disturb”-menu
Google did not manage to make “do not disturb” function is completely transparent to the average user in Android 5.0 and 5.1 Lollipop.
It is tried improved in Android M, where the icons are replaced with more meaningful text, called “Total silence”, “Only alarms” and “Only priority”. You can still put apps to only come up with messages in priority mode, but it all appears somewhat simpler now.
Instead of finding the settings, when you screw up and down the volume, the setting is now in a “quick settings” button.
Black color theme in menus
Users have long sought a dark color theme for Android, after the bright color theme in Lollipop could be very annoying at night.
One such has partly found its way to Android M as shown to the right. The dark color theme, however, must be activated in the options for developers, so it’s still not quite ready for use for general use.
Small changes in settings
In settings in Android M is the font changed, so it is darker, smaller and sharper.
A new option has also found its way, called Google. It provides easy access to change all relevant settings for your Google account-the same which is called “Google preferences” in the list of installed apps.
Improved adjusting the volume
If you are tired of only being able to adjust a single type of sound in Android, will change in Android M fall on fertile ground.
When you adjust the volume level, you can click on the small arrow to expand the volume menu. It allows to adjust the volume for the media, calls and alarms even easier.
New design: Add contact
When you need to add a contact in the upcoming Android M, you will meet a new design, where there is cut drastically cut in the number of fields and where only the most necessary things like name, phone number and e-mail address as well as the ability to add a picture emerges.
Better overview of RAM usage
Android 5.0 and 5.1 have been marked by a large and uncontrolled RAM usage. It gives a much better overview of Google in Android M, where you can see which apps that are using how much RAM and how high it is in relation to the average consumption.
In a nutshell, you simply get better opportunities to see what user memory on your Android smartphone.
Changed list of installed apps
In options you now have many new opportunities to manage your installed apps. Now you have only a single menu to have, where you choose the individual apps.
In each app you have 6 options to choose from: storage space, data, permissions, notifications, open by default, and battery. Thus all settings you have gathered for your apps a and at the same place.
One of the great features of the Android M is the ability to choose which permissions which apps may have access to. You can either find the setting in the “Apps” side or inside of the individual apps.
Here you can either view, which permits the individual apps have or do not have access to or that you can see which apps have access or do not have access to the individual permissions.
Ignore optimizations of battery life
In the same setting you will find a option to disable or ignore the optimizations of battery time for individual apps.
Google launched the Doze-batterisparefunktionen, which restricts apps in to wake the device the less they will be used by you. Individual apps, like Google Play services, except for this optimization is that you can get an overview of on this page.
You also have an overview of the apps, which acts as a standardapps on a few areas of the system. It includes the browser, phone and text messages.
Google launches in Android M official supports the new USB Type C connector which is a reversible ones and which can transfer power either way.
This means that you are with the Android M can charge another Android smartphone with your smartphone. It happens with the setting shown on the left, where you can choose how the USB connector should be handled.
There is also a new design for cut, copy, and paste options, when you select text in a text field. In the current versions of Android is the buttons right at the top of the screen, but now reminded they go near the text you are working with.
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