Screenshots give us a glimpse of upcoming Android N’s UI

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While a great many number of smartphones are releasing now with Android Marshmallow 6.0, quite a few are yet to receive the update. However, that doesn’t stop rumours and information regarding the next Android version from popping up. New images now give us a sneak peek at what to expect from the next major Android update especially with the notification drawer.

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Google Calendar now supports Smart Suggestions in 30 languages

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Google has just updated its Google Calendar and the update brings about a Smart Suggestion feature for event tiles, places and people in 30 different languages.

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LINE introduces Keep – Personal storage for both PC and smartphone

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LINE has just updated its Android application to version 5.3.0 and one of the main new features is called “Keep”. Keepis basically a personal storage feature that users can use to save text, images and other content on LINE.

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Moto X Pure Edition getting Marshmallow soak test in USA

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The Motorola Moto X Pure edition which is also known as the Moto X Style in India and some other parts of the world is now receiving a soak test for Android 6.0 Marshmallow in the USA.

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Marshmallow update rolling out to LG G4 in some parts of Europe

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The LG G4 is one of the first Android smartphones outside the Nexus and Android One family to receive the update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The roll out began in the later half of October with G4s in Poland getting the update first. Now, the update is apparently hitting the G4 across parts of Europe.

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HTC Preview announced – A program to get input from users on upcoming HTC software and devices

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HTC has been having a lot of issues recently, most of them financial and the reason for that is the underwhelming response from customers for its products. They have made some choices in the recent past that aren’t really favoured by the public and now, they are launching a new program to help solve that issue.

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Android 6.0.1 rolling out to some Android One devices

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It seems that some Android One devices are already receiving the update to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. What is even more surprising is that the update includes the security patch for the month of December 2015.

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Jolla to restructure its debt and cut jobs due to stalling of funds

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Jolla, the Finnish mobile startup is facing financial issues and is apparently planning to restructure its debt and cut jobs.

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Bing v6.0 for iOS brings a new homepage and one tap feature

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Microsoft has just released v6.0 of Bing for iOS, and it brings around a new homepage layout as well as a one tap search features.

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Vine introduces an audio remix feature on iOS and Android

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Vines are quite a popular trend nowadays since they are able to entertain people and grab their attention in such a short time span. More often than not, people love to do their own versions of popular Vine videos and the audio remix feature helps people do it much easier.

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Google app for iOS gets updated – Brings in new design and emphasis on sports

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Google has released an update to the Google app for iOS devices. The Google app is basically a version of Google Now for iOS that can be activated similarly by using the phrase – “OK Google”.

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Pushbullet introduces optional Pro account – Costs US$39.99 per year

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Pushbullet has now rolled out an optional Pro account that will give such users access to additional features that aren’t found on the regular account. This will be a premium service that users will have to pay for.

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Google Photos update for Android brings Free Up Space and Downgrade Quality options

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Google has announced that it will be rolling out an update to their Google Photos app for Android that will bring in new features.

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Sony rolls out camera update for the Xperia Z5 Series – Brings in new UI and features

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DxO, the popular benchmarking website for cameras and smartphone cameras had ranked the Sony Xperia Z5 as the smartphone with the best camera. Now, Sony has released an update to the camera app which brings in a new UI and features to help make the best out of the camera.

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OnePlus reveals Android 6.0 Marshmallow upgrade plans

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OnePlus always strives to deliver quick updates for their smartphones to the latest Android version. In the case of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, they have kept mum until now. OnePlus has just announced their plans to bring Marshmallow to their devices.

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