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Google Launches Messaging App Allo For Android & iOS

Posted By: Arin Dey - 3:25 PM
Google has launched Allo for Android and iPhone, which will offer users its artificial intelligence-based cross-platform smart messaging solution. In May 2016 at Google IO conference, Google announced Allo and a new video chatting app called Duo that has been released to the public since a month more. But instantly after Allo's release, it became controversial, got critics charged, such as Apple iMessage, Facebook Messenger, Snapchat, WhatsApp, and many others. Google already had at least two messaging solutions of its own, Hangouts, which is cross-platform, and the Messages app in Android. The most used messaging apps like Apple’s iMessage and Facebook Messenger, have changed dramatically over the past few months. These apps, primarily designed for simple conversation, are gradually evolving into platforms for more complex messaging and other added features also.

Google Launches Messaging App Allo For Android & iOS

Google stated that their new effort "Allo" is a modern messaging platform, backed by artificial intelligence. And like other smart messaging solutions, it is aimed at a growing generation of users who are ignoring old-fashioned communications solutions like email in favor of more personal, immediate, and private ways to reach out to others. Google’s Amit Fulay says, “Google Allo can help you make plans, find information, and express yourself more easily in chat and the more you use it, the more it improves over time.”

How to use Google Allo:

Here is how you can use Allo app for messaging and  other purposes. The below video from The Verge will help you know how.

Allo’s biggest asset is its integration with Google Assistant, the company’s conversational new virtual aid that can answer questions and make suggestions. Allo offers two ways to interact with Google Assistant. In a messaging thread, typing the trigger phrase “@google” will tell the assistant to pay attention to the next string of text you type so that it can answer your query. When making plans with a friend, you might type something like, “@google Show me movie times near me?” to display upcoming showings. You can also chat with Google Assistant one-on-one to ask it questions, set alarms, tell jokes, find news, and remember information like hotel room numbers, among other things.

That doesn’t help position Allo against Hangouts and Google Messages, of course. For now, Google claims that Hangouts will be repositioned as a messaging/video conferencing solution for businesses. I don’t buy that: If Allo matures into the product Google envisions, it will replace Hangouts for both individuals and businesses. And Hangouts will simply disappear. 

Many reviewers have criticized Google for not activating this functionality by default, as Apple does with iMessage. Google also stores your Allo conversation history, even though it said it wouldn’t look at your messages when it initially unveiled the app, as The Verge noted. (Google says it does this in order to improve its service, but the company’s advertising-based business model is built around knowing as much about its users as possible.)

Let's see how users are getting addicted to it like other rival apps such as WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, iMessage etc. 


Twitter Eliminates Repeat tweets And Retweeted Messages

Posted By: Arin Dey - 4:48 PM
Twitter users will finally get to stop seeing updates and tweets from people they don’t want to. This is similar like Facebook’s ability to stop following certain people.
This will be most easily achieved through the notifications setting on Twitter. Twitter explained this feature should eliminate repeat tweets and retweeted messages.
“Starting today, everyone will have the ability to limit notifications to only people they follow on mobile and on Simply turn it on if you want to give it a go. If not, no worries – your individual Twitter experience will continue unchanged,” Twitter’s product manager, Emil Leong, stated in his blog post. He also added, “We’re also making managing your notifications settings easier: you can now access them directly from your notifications tab.”
Twitter Eliminates Repeat tweets And Retweeted Messages

Leong also explained that, “Turning it on filters lower-quality content, like duplicate Tweets or content that appears to be automated, from your notifications and other parts of your Twitter experience. It does not filter content from people you follow or accounts you’ve recently interacted with – and depending on your preferences, you can turn it on or off in your notifications settings.”

Google Lauches Android N aka Nougat

Posted By: Arin Dey - 4:21 PM
Before the name revealed by Android team, all around the world - people were expecting the name should be Android Nutella but Google revealed via Twitter that N is actually for Nougat. Android tweeted as below to intimate all its fans about the new version of it and the new name.
Though Android will be made available to few of its own devices such as Nexus series and few sets of Motorola in the near future, but as per normal practice by Google - slowly Android N would be distributed among all the brands. 

Google Lauches Android N aka Nougat
Picture Credit : Google

Most of the people are upset with the name because it is more obscure than Nutella, a brand most North Americans have heard of. Nougat, on the other hand, is a less familiar food. It is a chewy confection that is made with sugar or honey, nuts, egg whites and candied fruit. Check out the big unveiling in the video below.

Android N also known as Android 7.0, which is slated to launch later this summer, is currently in beta as users test out new features such as split-screen multitasking and a better notification shade. Android N also comes with Google’s VR platform, Daydream, and features a new version of Doze. It is again an amazing expected release by google for it's Android lovers.

Google Designs Its Own Android Phone This Year

Posted By: Arin Dey - 11:23 PM
Google is going to set up its own hardware division and appointed former Motorola president Rick Osterloh to run it. This idea was taken to bring the company’s various gadget projects under a single umbrella.

Google Designs Its Own Android Phone This YearPicture Credit : Google

The Telegraph’s sources say that Google is gearing up to design and manufacture a smartphone on its own – representing a major shift from its standard strategy of partnering with major handset makers like LG, Huawei and HTC to develop Nexus devices which is popular to showcase the Android platform.

The phone is expected to be launched near the end of this year; Google is believed to be in talks with mobile operators about the release. It’ll be interesting to see what this means for all the hardware firms Google partners with to build Android and Chrome OS devices, as well as for the Android platform itself.


Which Is The Most Power Efficient & Battery Friendly Browser?

Posted By: Arin Dey - 4:30 PM
We all know that Google's Chrome browser and Mozilla's Firefox have been most used browsers in recent few years. But recently, Microsoft claimed that the recent number 1 browser Chrome may not be a friendly tool for your laptop's battery. In a battery test video, the software giant has pitted its Edge browser against Chrome, Firefox and Opera browsers by streaming the same HD video for hours.

Which Is The Most Power Efficient & Battery Friendly Browser?

The below results came up after the test (in hours : minutes : seconds):
  • Chrome: 4:19:50
  • Firefox: 5:09:30
  • Opera: 6:18:33
  • Microsoft Edge: 7:22:07
As per the above results, Microsoft proved that it's Edge browser lasted 70% longer than Chrome. It also claimed that even for non-video tasks, its browser lasts 36 to 53% longer than the rivals.
Picture Credit : Microsoft

These tasks, as claimed by the company, include things like opening sites, tabs, reading emails, scrolling articles and watching small videos. Microsoft has also reportedly published data it collected from millions Windows 10 PCs. In a blogpost, the software giant claims, "We designed Microsoft Edge from the ground up to prioritize power efficiency and deliver more battery life, without any special battery saving mode or changes to the default settings."

According to the latest data from NetApplications, Chrome is now the most popular browser in the world. The browser has over 45% share in the market. The biggest loser, according to the study, is Microsoft's Internet Explorer, which went from 41.37% down to 38.6% during the month of May.

Microsoft is working to make Microsoft Edge even more efficient with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update soon. No doubt about that, once immensely popular Internet Explorer is almost dead now and a re-birth has been given as Edge to it. Let's see how it goes in it's journey ahead competing it's rivals.


Microsoft To Buy LinkedIn For $26.2 Billion

Posted By: Arin Dey - 8:02 PM
Microsoft announced a deal of $26.2 billion today to acquire professional social platform LinkedIn for $196 per share.
Microsoft To Buy LinkedIn For $26.2 Billion
Picture Credit : LinkedIn

Immediately, shares of LinkedIn surged 47 percent after the announcement to near $193, while Microsoft's stock was down 3.2 percent. Trading in Microsoft had been halted briefly for news pending before the announcement of the all-cash deal.

Jeff Weiner will stay on as CEO of LinkedIn and will report to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. The deal was unanimously approved by both companies' boards, and is expected to close by the end of the year. The acquisition is still subject to approval by LinkedIn shareholders and regulators.

"The LinkedIn team has grown a fantastic business centered on connecting the world's professionals," Nadella said in a statement. "Together we can accelerate the growth of LinkedIn, as well as Microsoft Office 365 and Dynamics as we seek to empower every person and organization on the planet."


Oracle Loses To Google For Its Copyright War

Posted By: Arin Dey - 6:31 PM
Google, over the years, has had little to say on the matter other than arguing that its use of the Java programming language did not infringe copyright because Java is free to use.

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, however, was quite vocal in his anger with Google and its CEO Larry Page.
Oracle Loses To Google For Its Copyright War

“When you write a program for the Android phone, you write it. You use the Oracle tool, Oracle Java tools, for everything. And at the very end, you press a button and said, ‘Convert this to Android format,” Ellison said in an August 2013 CBS This Morning interview with Charlie Rose.

“We don’t compete with Google. We don’t do anything Google does. We just think they took our stuff and that was wrong. That’s a completely separate issue … I think what they did was … was … absolutely evil.”

“This really bothers me,” Ellison said. “I don’t know how he thinks you can just copy someone else’s stuff. It really bothers me.”

Now that the jury has sided with Google, Ellison will likely be even more “bothered.”


Facebook Messenger Offers Free Group Calls

Posted By: Arin Dey - 10:46 PM
Facebook is adding an awesome feature to Messenger in its latest update. Now, you can make group calls for free via Messenger on your Android or iOS devices. Facebook messaging products vice-president David Marcus, who made the announcement on his wall Wednesday, said the feature is rolling out over the next 24 hours, meaning all Facebook users should be able to use the new feature as of this afternoon.
Facebook Messenger Offers Free Group Calls

“Really excited to announce the global roll out of group calling in Messenger today. From any group conversations, just tap on the phone icon to initiate a group call. You can then manage individual participants on the next screen,” he said in his post.

Now lets leverage this new feature while in group conversation.


Is Snapchat The Next Important Social Platform?

Posted By: Arin Dey - 6:11 PM
Much like how Google, Twitter, and Facebook are getting into the news and publishing game with efforts such as “Instant Articles,” Snapchat has brought its own network of media partners to the table to compete. Snapchat’s “Discover” is a section of the platform reserved for select media companies such as BuzzFeed, Vice, CNN, National Geographic, and others. Daily Mail US CEO, Jon Steinberg, reported that the company’s Snapchat channels received, “hundreds of thousands if not millions of viewers each day.”

Is Snapchat The Next Important Social Platform?

Break free the habit of joining social networks only after they have been overrun by brands and marketers. Now is the time to seize the opportunity that Snapchat provides by becoming an early adopter and claiming your stake before the channel becomes overly crowded and noisy. The site is still largely devoid of corporate presences, so your chances of success are much higher now than they will be in the years, or months, to come.

So, is your brand on Snapchat?



Posted By: Arin Dey - 10:24 PM
Internet of things (IoT) has many different definitions, and one of the shortest is a global network that connects smart things. This definition is now perhaps the most widespread interpretation where smart devices are actively involved in the communication. These are usually sensors or actuators, although can be connected and other types of devices such as computing resources, data storage device, to communicate with users and others.


Apple To Introduce Wireless Charging In 2017

Posted By: Arin Dey - 2:33 PM

Apple will debut in the field of wireless charging technology for its mobile devices, according to a latest update. In case, Apple is able to successfully introduce this feature to its devices then it will certainly give it a heads up and obviously a challenge for its competitors. this will make iPhones and iPads more attractive in the mobile market. Samsung and Google have both come up with wireless-charged Smartphones. In this technology the devices have to be kept close to a charging plate because, the further away the device is, the more difficult it is for the battery to be recharged. Now we have to see how Apple will fix this issue.

Apple To Introduce Wireless Charging In 2017

Apple posted its quarterly results this week, said its iPhone sales, while strong thus far, remain flat while iPad sales have dropped. The company predicted it will see a decline in sales in the coming quarter for the first time in 13 years due to a market saturated mainly by android mobile devices. 


How To Avoid Common Blogging Mistakes [Infographic]

Posted By: Arin Dey - 4:45 PM
Most of the new bloggers are eager to make their blog published online and the process they follow is very fast. In this race, they missed out several mandary and very inportants things to be followed before posting their article.

How To Avoid Common Blogging Mistakes

Here is an infographic which will help bloggers to make themselves aware of the common mistakes they make while blogging.

How To Avoid Common Blogging Mistakes
Source :


The Science Behind Google [Infographic]

Posted By: Arin Dey - 12:44 PM
This article will give you insight into the intricate inner workings of today’s digital technologies. The infographic below will let you know what is the science behind Google and other search engines. Learn the secrets behind search engines – how they work and how they have evolved.

The Science Behind Google [Infographic]
Source : BusinessDegrees


The Types Of Social Interactions [Infographic]

Posted By: Arin Dey - 8:08 PM
Social media has changed the way people communicates and think before taking any decision whether it is on education, online shopping, hospitals or buying properties. It has positive and negative effects on a business. People believe more on online reviews to assess local business. Here are the do's and don'ts for social interactions.
The Types Of Social Interactions
Source : Ohio University Online MBA

iPhone 6S To Get '3D Touch Display' And More

Posted By: Arin Dey - 9:14 AM
Apple’s new iPhone 6S smartphones will launch today i.e. September 9 in San Francisco. Let's see what are new features that iPhones from Apple will offer and what could be probable expectations after this grand launch.

iPhone 6S To Get '3D Touch' Force Touch Interface

Few features are coming to iPhone 6S like :

3D Force Touch

As per the 9to5Mac report, the Force Touch on the iPhone 6S will be called “3D Touch Display” as it can differentiate between three levels of pressure; “tap, press, and a deeper press.” The Force Touch on the new iPhone 6S will be the next-gen version of what Apple has already shown on their Apple Watch.

Upgraded 2GB RAM 

The new iPhone 6S will finally be upgraded to 2GB which is much awaited since years. But this will be hard to confirm as Apple never reveals the RAM at the launch event and more importantly the 2GB rumours/wishlist has been around for some time

Faster LTE 

Apple iPhone 6S will equipped with a “new Qualcomm-made LTE chip” which can deliver twice the LTE speeds of the current iPhones.


Another rumor which came to news that the iPhone 6S camera will finally get an upgrade from 8 megapixels to a 12 megapixels camera.


Apple will use a new “grade of aluminium” instead of its patent gold color which is really a must watch look for iPhone 6S.

And more..

Apple TV, iPad Pro and more Apple is not only expected to launch the iPhone 6S devices, but also the new Apple TV product.

Lets see how the new iPhones hit the market and accepted by its huge fan followers and users.


Google Releases Official Android 6.0, Android M AKA Marshmallow

Posted By: Arin Dey - 6:51 AM
Finally it is the end of speculations and Google has revealed what Android M stands for. M for Marshmallow. The Android 6.0 SDK update which was code named as Android M was first previewed at the company's I/O conference in late May 2015. Google held off on announcing the full name to build anticipation around the software. In case you want to see how those Android statues on Google's campus are made, following video offers a detailed view.


Lets know the highlights of Android Marshmallow which includes a simpler approach to permissions. When you are giving users more granular control over what information apps can access. It has introduced a number of tweaks and improvements on operating system. Android 5.0 Lollipop brought significant user interface and visual changes to the operating system last year and this new update will succeed that too.

Google Releases Official Android 6.0, Android M AKA Marshmallow

Getting the Update

The Android emulator system images and developer preview system images have been updated for supported Nexus devices such as Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player. You can download the device system images from the developer preview site

Features Added

Few of the changes since the last developer update include:

1. Android Platform Change: Final Permissions User Interface
2. API Change: Updates to the Fingerprint API — which enables better error reporting, better fingerprint enrollment experience, plus enumeration support for greater reliability.

3. Google's new Android Pay mobile wallet platform
4. USB Type-C support
5. Doze power saving mode

Android Marshmallow features a new permissions model that streamlines the app install and update process.

Android Marshmallow Download

The final Android 6.0 SDK is now available to download via the SDK Manager in Android Studio.

How To Update And Replace Existing Files in Google Drive

Posted By: Arin Dey - 9:43 PM

When you have to deal with multiple copies of the same file in the Drive, apart from creating confusion, the files also take up a certain amount of valuable storage space in your Drive. Don't you think it would be easier if you could simply replace an existing file in your Google Drive with the new version instead of uploading it as a separate file? Yes, you can do it easily by following a few steps given below.

How to replace files in google drive:

1. Open Google Drive and choose any file that you would like to update. File format supports like PDF, text files, images or even videos.

2. Select “Manage versions” from the menu by right clicking on the file and then select the “Upload new version” button to upload the updated file to your Google Drive.

How to Update and Replace Existing Files in Google Drive

3. And you are done. The file name and the file’s URL will not change and all the old links that have been shared earlier will now automatically point to the new version of your file.

You can use the same technique to replace a file in one format with another format. In case you have a jpg file in the Drive that you would want to replace with a png of smaller file size, then it's the same “Manage versions” option that will work. The best part here is that you can have the same link as you had previously.


How To Add Whatsapp Share Button In Blogger

Posted By: Arin Dey - 11:42 PM
Blogger has been one of the most favorite blogging platform since ages where you get the opportunity to promote your content and you can share your posts via many social networks. In 2009, WhatsApp was launched. That time no one predicted that someday it would challenge the popularity graph of Facebook. In the year 2013, WhatsApp was declared as the most used social network, leaving Facebook behind. Today in this article, we will show you how to add whatsapp share button in blogger.

How To Add Whatsapp Share Button In Blogger
WhatsApp has made its position over social sharing platform by increasing popularity. Google's blogger now provides you the opportunity to add WhatsApp share button to your blog. You will find a lot articles on how to add various widgets in the blogger blog in this website. Now you will know about adding WhatsApp widget.

Why should you add WhatsApp button ?

With the increased use of mobile phones nowadays, it is necessary for you to make the best use of your phone by optimizing it and enabling it so share sites, writing content or anything you liked and want to share with your friends and connections.

During its introduction days, WhatsApp was only a mobile feature but its increasing fame led to its availability on web as well. Imagine about the leverage you can get if one of your subscribers like any article on your blog and he shares it via WhatsApp to others. Here more people will view that shared article and at the end your website traffic will boost.

Steps To Add Whatsapp Share button in Blogger:

Before you add WhatsApp share button to blogger, you have to know its position over the page. It is recommended to add such traffic boosting widgets at the end of your article instead of putting them to the side bar running along the entire length of your blog page.

Below is the graph which shows WhatsApp versus other social networks.

How To Add Whatsapp Share Button In Blogger

You can add WhatsApp share button with the help of following steps:

1. Move your mouse pointer and go to Template 
2. Click on Edit HTML. 
3.  Add the following code with you previous share buttons.

<!-- Whatsapp Share Buttons Start -->
<script type='text/javascript'>if(typeof wabtn4fg===&quot;undefined&quot;){wabtn4fg=1;h=document.head||document.getElementsByTagName(&quot;head&quot;)[0],s=document.createElement(&quot;script&quot;);s.type=&quot;text/javascript&quot;;
<a class='wa_btn wa_btn_s' expr:data-href='data:post.url' expr:data-text='data:post.title' href='whatsapp://send' style='display:none'>Share</a>
<!-- Whatsapp Share Buttons End -->

4. Now get a preview your template before save it.

Note : The above code will give a small WhatsApp button to your Blogger blog if you want to add a medium or large button change the code in red with wa_btn_m (for medium WhatsApp button) or wa_btn_l (for large WhatsApp button). 

If you followed the steps properly, you could preview the blog and have to save the changes to the template by pressing the “Save template” button.

You have added the WhatsApp sharing button. Please comment on this article and also make your first move by sharing this article via WhatsApp and on other social media.


How To Take A Screenshot On iOS Device

Posted By: Arin Dey - 10:39 PM
Do you want to turn your mobile phone screen into an image? Now it's easy to save a screenshot image of your iPhone, iPad or the iPod Touch screen and preserve it forever. Windows or Mac computers come with screen capture apps that are not available for your iOS device but actually there is no need to install any such apps on your iPhones because the screen capture functionality is built right into your device.

How To Take A Screenshot On iOS Device
To save a screenshot image of your mobile screen you can follow these steps:

1. Press and hold the Home button which is located at the bottom center of your device (the button you often use to exit the app and return to the home screen).

2. While the home button is held down, press the Sleep (or Wake) button that is located on the opposite edge of your phone. The screen will flash for a moment, you will also hear a click sound and the content of the current screen on your iOS device will be saved as a new image in the Photo Gallery.

You can also use the same key combination to reset your iPhone by pressing and holding the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button simultaneously for at least 10 seconds.

Google Releases Android M : Features & Updates

Posted By: Arin Dey - 6:02 AM
Google recently launched Android M developer preview at Google I/O 2015 in San Francisco. At the conference, Google senior VP of Products Sundar Pichai said the company had "gone back to basics" with this new version of Android. While Android Lollipop introduced a new visual aesthetic, Android M brings some much-needed stability and usability improvements which might not be as eye-catching, but may prove to be significant additions for a while to come.

Google Releases Android M : Features & Updates

Recently at I/O, Google VP of Engineering David Burke outlined various Android M features and updates which are being rolled out in near future. Here is how it will be :

Android M Logo By Google

App permissions 

First up, app permissions. As had previously been speculated, app permissions have been overhauled in Android M, with users now being able to choose to accept or deny individual permissions as they see fit. Permissions have also been simplified. 
6. Power and charging

Android M makes use of a new function known as Doze to improve device standby time. By using motion detectors, Android will recognize when devices haven’t been interacted with for a while, such as when a person is asleep or a device has been left on a table, to reduce background processes.

Fingerprint support

Google will "standardize support" for fingerprint scanners on phones running Android M. The new functionality will allow fingerprint scanners to be used not only to unlock phones, but to make purchases shopping in real-life or within Play Store apps.

Web experience

Google has been exploring trends in the way web content is consumed to provide a better user-experience when interacting with websites and apps. "Chrome Custom Tabs is a new feature that gives developers a way to harness all of Chrome's capabilities, while still keeping control of the look and feel of the experience," said Burke.

App links 

"When a user selects a weblink from somewhere, Android doesn't know whether to show it in a web-browser, or some other app that claims support for the link," this was the problem facing the Google developers before Android M. 

Mobile payments

Android Pay is Google's new mobile payments system designed to make the checkout process easier and faster. Google is aiming to provide "simplicity, security, and choice," with Android Pay, allowing you to use your existing credit cards to pay for products in more than 700,000 stores in the US.

Power and charging

Android M makes use of a new function known as Doze to improve device standby time. By using motion detectors, Android will recognize when devices haven’t been interacted with for a while, such as when a person is asleep or a device has been left on a table, to reduce background processes.

Android M also supports USB Type-C which provides faster charging, and lets users charge other devices with their phone.

Auto Backup and Restore for Apps

Possibly the most interesting aspect of Android M not discussed in Google’s I/O keynote speech was Android Auto Backup and Restore for Apps. This feature will be used in conjunction with Google Drive to automatically backup app data and settings with a file size of 25 MB or less.

Android M RAM manager 

Google has introduced a new RAM manager to Android M with the aim of providing users with more accurate and comprehensible information regarding the maximum and average RAM usage of apps.

The menu can be found in Settings > Apps > Options (three dots button) > Advanced > Memory. Though it's a little hard to navigate to, the page offers a far clearer insight into app demands, and the overall effect they will have on your device.

Adoptable Storage Devices

Though Google has in the past tried to step away from external storage use. This is the reason why none of its Nexus devices contain a microSD card slot. It appears that Android M is striking a compromise.

Moving to Dark Theme

Buried within the Android M settings is a "Dark theme" option which transforms the menu background to a dark grey color rather than the normal pale shade. Currently this only affects the settings menu, not the app drawer, and its function is purely cosmetic. Still, it looks nice on our Nexus 6 and we hope it gets developed further.

Redesigned app drawer

One of the most immediately noticeable visual changes to Android M is the new app drawer. This now scrolls vertically instead of horizontally, and is held against a white background, rather than a muted shade of your homepage wallpaper. Across the top of the menu you will see your four most recently used apps, and down the left-hand side are the letters of the alphabet.

Now, lets look at the Google apps improvements :

Google Now

Google Now has been improved upon once again in Android M. Focusing on three key ares: being aware of different contexts, providing answers and helping you take action, Google Now is now smarter than ever.

Google Chrome

Chrome is also leaner and faster than ever before. Initially revamped with Android One devices in mind, where stable and speedy internet connections are not always possible, Chrome's new optimizations are set to arrive for everyone.

Google Photos

As expected, Google pulled the wraps off its new Google Photos service. Previously a part of Google+, Google Photos is now standalone photo and video storage and sharing service that provides unlimited free storage for up to 16 MP photos and 1080p video. That is seriously impressive.

What about Android M release date?

Google has made this Android M Developer Preview available for Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player as of now, and the final version is due to launch in Q3, 2015.

Let's see how the Android M floats over the android device market and impacts on device performance, reliability, stability and usability improvements.

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