Waiting for what’s new in the market? Get ready to express your emotions with your Nexus devices! Google has just recently released more than 200 emojis to support Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. The Nexus product line of devices will benefit from this factory support, according to the latest Android news.
Bloggers, gadget enthusiasts, tech-savvy users, and online marketers have been constantly on the look-out for whatever is new in the ever-changing world of technology, and here’s probably the last to fill their curiosity before the end of year 2015. Google was silent as to when this roll of emojis will reach non-Nexus handsets and tablets.
If you had been using an iPhone or an iPad, then you are probably familiar with these emoticons. Apple mobile OS had the initial launch of these incredible emojis when the technology giant first introduced their iOS 9.1.
200 plus emoji
The current list of emoji for Android 6.0.1 includes various facial expressions, hand language, places, and animals, such as the mystical unicorn’s bust and a lion’s head. Other icons are food emojis like burritos, taco, cheese wedge, and popcorn. If you want a full list of these emoticons, you may visit arstechnica.com.
Alongside with this initial emoticon support, Google had updated Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow’s security measures as it made minute adjustments and fine tuning of the operating system. This is to allow for superior quality and better accessibility.
For more tangible examples of these adjustments, a change on the navigation bar on tablets was developed for better navigational access. The BACK and HOME buttons landed on the left-hand side with the OVERVIEW button docked right there on the right side. Also, you will be amazed at the DO NOT DISTURB attribute, in addition to the comeback of the UNTIL NEXT ALARM feature. Last time, Android 5.1 had introduced the same feature.
Nexus line benefits from the OS support
Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow was Google’s latest operating system in the market and made available their full support to Nexus 5 and 5x, Nexus 6 and 6P, Nexus Player, Nexus 7 (2013) WiFi and LTE and NEXUS 9 (LTE and WiFi). Many users are still eagerly awaiting when other Android devices will receive support for augmentation from Google.