Android Marshmallow Seminar Report and PPT

Android Marshmallow : Android 6.0 "Marshmallow" is a version of the Android mobile operating system. First unveiled in May 2015 at Google I/O under the code-name "Android 'M'", it was officially released in October 2015.

Marshmallow primarily focuses on improving the overall user experience of Lollipop,introducing a new permissions architecture, new APIs for contextual assistants (a feature notably leveraged by "Google Now On Tap"—a new capability of the Google Search app), a new power management system that reduces background activity when a device is not being physically handled, native support for fingerprint recognition and USB Type-C connectors, the ability to migrate data and applications to a microSD card and use it as primary storage, as well as other internal changes.

Introduction : What is an Android?

  • Android is described as a mobile operating system, initially developed by Android Inc. 
  • Android was sold to Google in 2005
  • Android OS is based on open Linux kernel
  • It is an open source and user friendly
  • Android was designed with openness in mind
  • Android phones typically come with several built in applications.
Versions of Android : 

  •  The android had different types of versions
  •  Totally there exists 12 versions


  1. The Latest version is Marshmallow version and it is released on 14 October 2015
  2. Android is a most powerful mobile platform and it powers hundreds of millions mobile devices more than 190 countries of the world
  3. Android 6.0 is designed to run fast, smooth, and responsively on a much broader range of devices than ever before
  4. Android lollipop version can support 512MB RAM
  5. Android Marshmallow brings all of Android's most innovative, most beautiful, and most useful features to more devices everywhere

Android Device Share Statistics : 

  • Lollipop has become the most-used version of android claiming 36.1% of device share.
  • KitKat version is running in 34.3% devices.
  • Jelly Bean version is running in 22.3% devices.
  • The latest Android version Marshmallow, released in second half of 2015,is being used in 2.3% of all Android users.
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Dozen : Marshmallow introduces new power management schemes known as "Doze" and "App Standby"; when running on battery power, a device will enter a low-power state if it is inactive and not being physically handled. In this state, network connectivity and background processing is restricted, and only "high-priority" notifications are processed. Additionally, network access by apps is deferred if the user has not recently interacted with the app.[21] Apps may request a permission to exempt themselves from these policies, but will be rejected from Google Play Store as a violation of its "Dangerous Products" policy if their core functionality is not "adversely affected" by them.

Finger Print Recognition : Android Marshmallow provides native support for fingerprint recognition on supported devices via a standard API, allowing third-party applications to implement fingerprint-based authentication. Fingerprints can be used for unlocking devices and authenticating Play Store and Android Pay purchases. Android Marshmallow supports USB Type-C , including the ability to instruct devices to charge another device over USB. Marshmallow also introduces "verified links" that can be configured to open directly in their specified application without further user prompts. User data for apps targeting Marshmallow can be automatically backed up to Google Drive over Wi-Fi. Each application receives up to 25 MB of storage, which is separate from a user's Google Drive storage allotment.

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About NARESH CHINNAMMAGARI

This is Naresh Chinnammagari,Admin of Technodeveloper.Graduated in Computer Science.I am a Tech-enthusiast and Self-learner.I spend lot of time to learning new things,so far my favourite thing is Blogging,That keeps me more passionate.

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