Motorola Moto G3 To Taste Android 6.0 Marshmallow: 8 Features You Should Know

    Motorola's Indian subsidiary has started pushing out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates for the Moto G3 users in the market. Previously, the company has rolled out the Android 6.0 update for its Moto G3 users in US and Canada.

    Motorola Moto G3 To Taste Android 6.0 Marshmallow

    As per the report, the update comes in size around 2GB with the software version of 24.11.25.en.US. If the user didn't get the notifications, they can manually check by heading on to Settings > About Phone > System Update.

    Motorola Moto G3 To Taste Android 6.0 Marshmallow

    Initially, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow was announced at the Google I/O on May 28th last year as Android M and later officially launched as Marshmallow on August 17th. The first device to get the Android 6.0 is the usual Nexus family - Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P.

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    Moving on to the specifications, the Motorola Moto G3 comes packed with 5-inch IPS LCD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 SoC, 1GB/2GB RAM, 8/16GB ROM, 13P/5MP camera package and powered by a 2470mAh battery.

    Today, let's have a look at top 8 key features of Android 6.0 Marshmallow update that will optimize your smartphone for good.

    Google Now on Tap

    It is one of the best features available in Android 6.0 OS. To access the Voice search, the user can long press the Home button. This update understands the pattern of the usage and gets you extra info on basically everything instantly.

    For example, if someone messages you the name of the restaurant, this Google Tap feature will see its name, your present location and gives you the relevant information.


    Now pay your amount with one touch!

    Even though the third party manufacturers have been adding the fingerprint sensors, this is the first time it has been actually supported by core OS itself. You can also use this fingerprint sensor to unlock your device, make payments in Android Pay and etc.

    Maintain the volume as per your wish

    The company has already offered volume settings in previous Lollipop update in an attempt of optimisation. In this update, the company's works is much clearer.

    If you want your mobile in Quiet mode, put the volume to zero with the hardware buttons. Also, you can tap the arrow down to adjust the device settings accordingly.


    Let your mobile Doze-off

    Doze is the new battery management feature in the Marshmallow update. This feature puts your device in doze off mode, when it is not active. This cuts off the background processes and increases the time between checks for less important updates.

    Select the text without any hassle

    Now you can easily select the text in your screen with this update. While selecting the text the OS automatically extends your selection to match whole words. If you need to select the text word by word you can drag the blue handles from front and back.

    Access the UI Tuner with ease

    To access this, pull down the Quick Settings panel and then press and hold cog icon to activate the System UI Tuner. This lets you to move the various icons in the Quick Settings panel and add or remove tiles.

    Your data's are in safe hands

    This back-up option is available in previous Android version which saves the Google accounts, photos, videos calender and many. In this app, the company has gone a step head and now it will restore you app settings and preferences.

    Monitor your device memory

    With this update, the details of your memory devices are added. To access this feature, just tap the e-Memory entry in the Settings app. This feature lets you to break the information for the last 3, 6, 12 or 24 hours.


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