Android M was released a few days back and all of the dust is settling. Although it isn’t as extreme as Android Lollipop is in terms of redesigning the operating system, it adds much needed enhancements. Android Lollipop was a great platform to start on, and M continues to build on.
I’ve had the Android M Developer Preview on my Nexus 6 since the Developer Preview was released and have been using it is my daily driver. Of course there are a few hiccups here and there, but overall for being in development it is quite stable. I’ve definitely enjoyed my time with it so I decided to put together a list of Android M’s top 5 features.