There is still so little love for Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the latest version of Google’s Android mobile operating system, even after four months since it officially rolled out. Indeed, Marshmallow is now still on only 1.2 percent of all Android powered mobile devices in the whole world, according to the latest information provided by Google’s Android Developer Dashboard. Still, 1.2 percent is a welcome improvement over the 0.7 percent Marshmallow managed only a month ago.
We have only just begun to explore the full capabilities of wearable devices, particularly smartwatches. But as of today, most smartwatch devices are only designed primarily to display notifications and a few simple (albeit sometimes cool) functionalities. In other words, smartwatches can not quite replace smartphones yet, at least in terms of usability and general capabilities.
LG has just introduced its follow up to its G Pad tablet. The South Korean mobile manufacturer will be highlighting the G Pad II tablet during the upcoming IFA conference this year to be held in Berlin, Germany in September, which means that on top of today’s unveiling, LG fans will be able to see the new tablet in the flesh next month.
Motorola recently rolled out an Android software update to its current flagship device, the second generation Moto X smartphone. As far as software updates go, this latest one has something cool up its sleeve, a feature that should delight owners of the Moto X handset.
Google is fond of picking candy nicknames for its Android mobile operating system. The version that will follow the current Android Lollipop is expected to have a name that starts with the letter M, but whatever the final nickname will be, it might as well stand for "workplace."
Almost six months after it was officially launched, Android 5.0 Lollipop, the newest version of the Google's Android mobile operating system, continues to increase its usage share among Android mobile devices.
Here is some good news for owners of Nexus devices. Google has confirmed that the latest iteration of the Android Lollipop mobile operating system is already rolling out for the Nexus 4 smartphones, the Nexus 5 smartphones, and the 2013 Nexus 7 tablets offered by T-Mobile.
By all accounts, Android 5.0 Lollipop, the latest version of the Android mobile operating system, is well-reviewed by both industry experts and casual Android users alike. The only problem: nobody seems to be using it. Well, not yet, at least.
Google has recently updated its charts detailing the usage shares of every Android OS version still being used, and the latest numbers are not that mind-blowing, at least for fans of Android 5.0 Lollipop.
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