What’s new in Android Nougat
Google has unveiled new features in Android 6.0 Marshmallow that it says will help users better navigate the mobile OS.
In an event in New York on Wednesday, Google announced several new apps for Android users, such as the Pocket and the Google Maps app.
The Pocket will have the ability to be used as a touch-screen purse and is now available for free to Android users in the U.S. Android users will be able to download the app on Thursday for $0.99.
Android 6, Marshmallow’s predecessor, also features new features for navigation, like a new gesture-based navigation system called Google Now.
The Next screen, which is available to all users, also includes the ability for Google to show relevant and relevant information, such in this case, a location.
The app also includes new navigation gestures for Android devices with a fingerprint sensor and a new option for users to take photos from the lock screen.
The Google Now app has also been redesigned, and it now supports more languages, including English, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, French, German, Russian, Arabic, Polish, Polish 2.0, Japanese 3.0 and Korean.
Google has also added new features to the Google Now Launcher, such a new version of its notification drawer that lets users quickly view and organize notifications and actions from multiple apps.
Android 7, the next version of Android, is scheduled to be released on March 29, but Google is still keeping the release date a secret for now.
It’s unclear when Google plans to bring Marshmallow to all Android devices, but the company has already shown off some of the new features that have been added to Android 7.1 Marshmallow.
A few weeks ago, Google showed off an app called Google Play Now that lets you search for and download content, apps and more on your Android device.
Google is also preparing a new app for its new Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones that will let users play video and other content on their devices.