Hello everyone! How are you?

Google has just wrapped up their keynote at Google I/O! The keynote was home to multiple announcements from Google. The biggest announcement from the event from Android M.

Android M is focused on stability and improvements instead of packing tons of new features.
Here is a huge list of what is new/being improved in Android M:

-Work Contacts in personal contexts
-Hotspot 2.0 R1
-VPN apps in settings
-Flex Storage
-Duplex Printing
-App Standby
-Seamless certificate installation for Enterprise
-Undo/Redo keyboard shortcuts
-Do not Disturb automatic rules
-Data Usage API for work profiles
-Material design support library
-Text selection actions
-Improved text hyphenation & justification
-Bluetooth SAP
-Easy word selection and Floating clipboard toolbar
-Android Pay
-Voice Interation service
-USB Type C charging
-App link verification
-Battery historian v2 BT 4.2
-Simplified volume controls
-Improved Bluetooth low energy scanning
-Doze
-Corporate owned single use device support
-Do not disturb quick setting and repeat caller prioritization
-Improved trusted face reliability
-Fingerprint sensor support
-Improved text layout performance
-Alphabetic app list with search
-Unified Google settings and device settings
-Work status notification
-MIDI support
-5GHz Portable Wi-Fi hotspot
-Bluetooth connectivity for device provisioning
-Seven additional languages
-Power improvements in Wi-Fi scanning
-Data binding support library Beta
-Setups wizard: IMAP sign-in
-Delegated certificatie installation
-Secure token strage APIs
-Google Now Launcher app suggestions
-New runtime permissions
-Stylus support UI toolkit performance improvements
-Chrome custom tabs
-Auto backup for Apps
-Unified app settings view UI toolkit
-Contextual assist framework
-Enterprise factory reset protection
-Direct Share

Android M is in the early development stages but, if you have one of the Nexus devices that are supported by the Developer Preview of Android M then you can click here to download the Developer Preview and install it on your supported device.

Make sure to let me know if you are going to install Android M Developer Preview on your supported Nexus device. You can tell me if you are going to install it by tweeting me! You can find me on Twitter by clicking here. Have a great day everyone!

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