Android 6.0 Marshmallow is now available on Moto X Style in India

    Motorola announced that the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow roll out to Moto X Style in India started last week. This is part of the company's ongoing software strategy to provide fast software updates to add to the pure Android experience.

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    The new update will offer features and improvements such as doze mode, app standby, expandable storage, do not disturb, now on tap, direct share and more. The update should be installed on top the phone when the battery is at least 50 percent charged and connected to a Wi-fi network.

    Android 6.0 Marshmallow is now available on Moto X Style in India

    Motorola follows the approach to software where it believes that 'less is more', so that users can focus on the choices that are right for you. The philosophy has enabled the company to make the most personal and responsive phones in the world, built on a foundation of pure Android with a few Moto Enhancements to improve the overall functionality.

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    Android 6.0 Marshmallow includes new features similar to things the company developed in the developed in the past. Users will find the 'Do not disturb' option under the 'Sound and notification' settings to make sure users are not interrupted during meetings or while sleeping. That's similar to Moto Assist, so Motorola will be removing the Moto Assist as part of the upgrade to M.

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    Android M also enhances support for backing up user data. These improvements duplicate most of what Motorola Migrate provides. Consequently, Motorola will also retire Motorola Migrate and no longer preload it going forward. Another feature that Motorola will do away will be the Google Chrome extension found in Motorola Connect.

    Ever since Motorola pioneered the Motorola Connect, several similar services have shown up on Google Play and many consumers have moved from SMS to other over-the-top messaging services.

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