It’s been a few years since the first major update to Google’s mobile platform, and it looks like it’s about to get even better.
Google announced on Thursday that it’s now rolling out a new version of Android called “Android 6.0,” which is aimed squarely at bringing the latest version of Google’s operating system to more devices.
This new update brings a number of new features to Android, including improved battery life and performance, better stability and battery life, and a number other changes.
One big change is that Google is removing the “Android Auto” name from the platform.
Previously, Google had said that it would be switching to the name “Android” for the platform, but Google is now using the name for all of its apps and services.
The new Android 6.1 update adds features like improved app permissions, improved system stability, and more.
Android 6 has also added a new user interface for the new Google Now voice search feature, which is now available in both Android 6 and Google Now on iOS.
Google also updated the app icons and navigation bar for all Android 6 devices, which should make it easier for users to find what they’re looking for.
The Google Now app has also gotten a bunch of new and improved features, including the ability to search for a location and add a search request, which has been in the works since Google first announced it in 2017.
For users of Android 6, there’s also a new set of features that will make navigation on the platform more reliable and efficient.
Google is also rolling out several updates to the camera app in Android 6—it will now show the image you take, the white balance, and the aperture—and also the ability for users of older Android devices to view photos in a “pixellated” style.
A new update for the audio player, which debuted in Android 5.1, is also out this week.
The update adds support for multiple storage sizes, including up to 5GB of RAM, and is also a major overhaul of Google Assistant.
Google will also be bringing out a bunch more new features in Android 7.0, including support for Bluetooth 4.0 and support for a new “supercharging” feature that will allow phones to charge quickly with the help of an external battery.
It also adds support of “always on” video playback in Android and support of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) audio streaming in Android 8.1.
It’s worth noting that this is just the latest update for Android, and there’s no telling how the platform will change over the next few years.
It seems likely that Google will continue to upgrade its operating system and software, and we’ll likely see more updates like this in the future.