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Along with its new second-generation smartphones and Chromecast, Google announced Android 6.0, the last major update to its mobile platform. We’ve long known that her name is Marshmallow – actually earlier versions of the update are available for free download from relatively few months.

At the heart of the improvements is the voice assistant. The new goal of Apple, Google and Microsoft to enable voice assistants to work not only with the built-in applications and services of them platforms, but also to maintain and those from third developers. It seems Google will be the first in this endeavor: During the press conference, an official of the company began to listen to NPR (US National Radio) with the command “Play NPR”, which launched its own application to the radio and even offer options for more precise selection.

Another interesting option is the regime Doze, which makes the smartphone or tablet into a deep sleep. It seems it is a deeper function than most energy saving modes that are available today – Nexus 5 receives as much as 30% more life in Doze mode.

Android 6.0 Marshmallow will be available for owners of the Nexus 5, 6, 7, 9 and Player during the first week of October, but, as usual, updates with modifications of most companies will be slow. The new Nexus devices come with Android Marshmallow.

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