Android has been known as having a quite rapid improvements, for it always has its own competitor, the iOS. The first Android system to be launched in 2007 is the Android 1.0 or Android Alpha. After 2 years of seeking the goods and flaws of the 1.0 version, Google released Android 1.5 in 2009, or we know it as Android Cupcake. As Android loves to use sweets name for the system and according to the alphabet, you will meet Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, IceCream Sandwich, Jellybean, Kitkat, Lollipop, and our latest Android version, Marhsmallow.
Marshmallow is Android 6.1 system that launched on October 5th 2015. This cute and chewy naming is actually an improvement and extension of previous Android system, Lollipop. Marshmallow comes with a purpose to help user faster in doing their activity and business using their smartphones. Now on Tap will help you switch to another applications or windows without leaving or altering what you are doing at that moment. Now on Tap allows you to do multi-tasking and help you to be faster! This latest Android version has a smart batteries which will help you to save your smartphone’s energy. There will be a limitation of time for a standby app and Doze will turn your phone to a sleep state when it is at rest mode. No need to worry about your privacy since Marshmallow allows you to control of what and when you want to share your activities or work with others. Moreover, fingerprint security system offers a high level of protection to your smartphone, since the key is in your hand!
To upgrade your smartphone to the latest Android version, you need to ready a compatible smartphone or tablet. If you are good, you can continue to the Setting and open About Device menu and start the software update. Remember pals, you better have a good internet connection for this upgrade!