5 Tips and Tricks for using Android Marshmallow 6.0

    Android Marshmallow is being used by a very small percentage of Android Users. This can happen when you are lucky enough to receive a Marshmallow update or just that you own one of those high-end phones in the market.

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    Android Marshmallow comes with several improved features - like App permissions being one of them. Android Marshmallow remains a very developed version of Android and is certainly competes with its older forms. There are some hidden features on Android that we look at. These hidden features or just Tips and Tricks will help you to gain mastery over your phones features allowing you to use much better.

    Let's look at 5 tips and Tricks for a phone that runs Android Marshmallow:

    1

    If you hold on to the App drawer button or the Round button at the center of your Home screen, you can see that a new window will pop out. The new search bar allows you to search for apps.

    2

    Go to Settings > Apps > Configure apps button at the top Right > Default Apps >
    You can set your default Browser using the Default app button. If you use more than one browser on your phone, you can set one browser as a Default one.

    3

    If you continuously press your Home Screen, a new sub-screen will appear > Tap on Settings > See App Suggestion on at the Bottom. The app suggestions feature will suggest you apps from the ones you have installed. It shows you frequently used apps, etc.

    4

    This works well for accessing files on your phones memory card. Note that in Marshmallow 6.0 your Internal Memory is actually your microSD card which has merged with your phone.
    Go to Settings > Storage & USB > Internal Storage > Explore. This will show you all the Files and folders that are part of your Phone's microSD card.

    5

    The best part about this feature is that it allows you to set links that might not need for the file to be opened through any particular app. So your Browser does the work for you and opens it there.

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