Yes you heard it right! The upcoming Android version is already on way and its developers preview edition has been officially distributed and can be downloaded from Google’s server. Day before yesterday, during the Google I/O 2015 developers conference which was held at Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA, officially announced the upcoming Android sensation, Android M.

It is quite surprising that Google has announced about this version as we were holding our fingers crossed with envision that Google would bring more Android Lollipop updates, to over come all bugs.

About Android M

The user interface is almost remains same except much more animation has been added to it. The most noticeable change in this version is improved performance. Each animation, Application switching and complete user interface is now much smoother and fast. Window gets opens with blink of an eye,  apps get switched without any lag and animation is very responsive now.

Once for all, this update would bring major change in Android devices, on same hardware it offers effectively improved performance and a great user experience.

Android M Developer Preview Review!

Checkout the all cool features of Android M Developers preview on Nexus 6 and its awesomeness.

Thanks to @Tim Schofield (Qbking77) for this beautiful review.

To download and install this developers preview, visit here. Complete instruction is given and very soon we’ll be publishing a dedicated post on our blog as well.

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