Google has unveiled the next version of Android – i.e. Android M, M being Marshmallow.
Some of the key improvements in Android M include an updated UI, major enhancements in the way permissions are handled, sleep mode battery management, support for Android Pay and much more.
With Android M, users will not be served up a list of app permissions before accepting to install an app, instead Google will ask users to approve individual permissions when an app calls it up. This new feature is very similar to app permissions on iOS and helps users control what data an app has access to.