Android Marshmellow Support Apus

Android Marshmallow is not a challenge for APUS

Since its release, Android OS is the biggest open smartphone system in the world. Currently, there are above 2 billion Android users worldwide and there is still a potential market of 3 billion in the next few years, which makes it the most universal smart terminals in the world. With Marshmallow 6.0 version, Android has made great improvements on app permission, App Links, power management, and User Interface design etc.

APUS Launcher is the world’s third largest smartphone system; and it is the smallest, fastest, simplest user system in the world which facilitates users to manage their phone, including files, social, apps, news, etc. in home screens. For example, with APUS Booster, users can boost their phones in one tap, making it the most frequently used and best way to get a faster phone. Also, APUS Boost can close unnecessary background apps to release RAM and optimize RAM usage, thus to prolong standby time.

APUS has also rebuilt search system. Simply on home-screen, users will be able to search for messages, music, contacts, etc. stored in their device and through search engines. At the same time, trending keywords are also recommended in the APUS Search.

Below are the 7 popular features of Android Marshmallow:

App Permissions

In Marshmallow, users will have more control on permissions. They are able to grand or deny permission requests including location, camera, call phone, contacts, call log, SMS etc. from apps case by case.

Now on Tap

In Android 6.0, Google Now officially begins to supports third-party apps. Now, third-party apps can make use of services provided by Google Now and based on the information from apps, e.g. music, email, news, etc., Google Now can provide situational service and recommendation to users.

Chrome Custom Tabs

Browsing experience of Chrome is improved in Marshmallow. Specifically, browsing, passwords saving, autofill forms, security of multithreading browsing are greatly optimized.

App Links

Links among apps are strengthened in Android 6.0. For example, when there is a Twitter link in the received mail, by clicking the link, Twitter will be open for details instead of through browser.

Android Pay

Android Pay is an open platform based on NFC, which support Android 4.4 and above. Users can use Android Pay through Google Service or apps from banks. Since September 11, Google officially launched Android Pay service and more than 1 million merchants support it in the first place.

Fingerprint Support

In Marshmallow, Google has added support for fingerprint recognition API, with which users can unlock screen, make payment and identify themselves. Google launched the official fingerprint recognition to unify scheme, before which all are unofficial techniques and ports.

Marshmallow will accelerate recognition speed and optimize app arrangement in app drawer by studying users’ usage habits. Not only can this lower the technical threshold of related developers, most importantly, the official fingerprint recognition will improve the security of Android Pay.

Power & Charge

In Marshmallow, Doze is introduced to optimize power management. Doze will automatically switch your phone from standby mode to deep sleep mode and effectively prolong duration. The average duration can be improved by 30 percent. Also check: Doze function in Android Marshmallow: Build-in battery saver

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