At its developer conference in San Francisco, Google unveiled the next major version of its operating system for smartphones. Here are all the major innovations and improvements that await us around the corner
One year after the launch of the latest version for Google's mobile operating system, Lollipop, Which has created significant changes to the user interface, and new options for the developer community, announced this week in the technology giant the introduction of a new operating system, the Andriod M. Nexus 5 / 6 / 9 However, as of this fall, everyone else will be able to enjoy it.
So what do we expect to get from the new system? Eight things you should know about:
New permissions system: Similar to the Apple Google made a number of changes to the new operating system. The permissions will be selected before the first use of the app so that the user can edit them in real time and not at the moment of download as has been the case so far. This will allow the permissions to be organized more flexibly than has been possible so far, thus making the permissions management convenient and efficient.
Android Pay: For some time now, Google has been engaged in implementing a digital wallet as an integral part of the device. The new system offers an improvement in this area. Users will be able to purchase products through the service, and the credit details will be cleared by the system itself. Google said more than 700,000 stores will make use of the new service. The new application will be integrated into a variety of devices
Fingerprint identification: Purchase and purchase options require an array Security meticulous. So far the fingerprint sensor system has been reasonable. In M they have integrated a sensor mechanism that will be part of the new standard of the operating system. Which will allow for a new range of options Security. In addition, for developers, the new option will enable its integration into a variety of applications that will advance the user experience while improving security and efficiency.
Chrome Custom Tabs: The new system will offer an upgrade in the browsing experience. The new option should address the transition from using the app to other sites. Developers will be able to embed a view on the one hand אינטרנט Right into the app while preserving the visuality of the app, while making the site's options available.
Doze: The new feature embedded in the operating system responds to the need to save and streamline the battery. The system will put the device into sleep mode once it detects that it has not been activated or used for a certain period of time
USB 3.1: The M will support in a structured way In the new standard Which slowly becomes an integral part of the instruments. Enabling faster charging of the smartphone, faster and more advanced information transfer, and more.
Now On Tap: This feature is part of a system Google Now, Basically repeats and shows the potential of the tremendous combined capabilities of Google. Converting its vast amounts of information into real-time, usable information for the user. This option offers the user by pressing and holding the home button, a variety of relevant search results according to his needs while creating a useful context. The new option will put the company's search engines and databases at the center of the stage.
Adoptable Storage Devices: Quite a few users expressed their desire to allow the transfer of applications and data between the internal storage system of the device and the external device (microSD) prior to the previous launch of the Lulipop was expected that Google will allow it, but somehow it was not incorporated. Although there was no talk about the conference, there are some clues in developers' forums Android, That in the present version it will be possible. But even now developers will have to define it in a structured way as part of the development process. The external storage device will allow reading of information only on the specific device, and to reuse the applications will require reinstallation.