android-6-0-milkshake-version-released1The Android M is sure to be a game changer when it gets released to more devices but what can you expect once you get your hands on the new OS? WebClues Infotech has listed down all of the best features of Android M and these are some of the game changers that Android M has in store for users.

Android M 6.0 would home to a revised Lock Screen that improves upon many of the features introduced in Lollipop. With the Android M OS, when you pull the quick settings panel down while on the lock screen, you’ll see your notifications condense to emphasize the quick settings panel more.

Another improved feature is that the short cuts in the lock screen have been improved. According the report, Google has replaced the phone call short cut with a Google Now short cut. This is due to the fact that Android users are not accessing the phone from the lock screen and thus they’ve replaced it with a function that people use more.

It can also be expected that the new app drawer in the Android M 6.0 OS would be something users would love as hang notes that a vertical scrolling app drawer would be introduced with the new OS and this new app drawer can reach all of your apps in just one single swipe.

Users would also be able to uninstall apps from the home screen, something that was not possible before. When a user drags an icon from the home screen to the top, two options would be presented one is to remove the app icon from the home screen while the other will uninstall the app from your device.

And finally, the biggest feature that would be introduced in the Android M OS is one feature that users previously had to use a custom ROM before. According to Lynch, a feature called “SystemUI Tuner”, this feature will allow users to rearrange the Quick Settings toggles. Simply drag and drop the icons to move them around and users can even add some toggles using the new feature.

In a previous report, it was noted that the Google Nexus 5 would be launched with the Android M OS 6.0 in tow. According to WebClues Infotech, these are the expected specs of the Nexus 5 2015 edition:

The Google Nexus 5 2015 edition would have a Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB RAM, 64Gb or 128Gb of internal storage, fast charging, wireless charging, USB Type-C, an impressive 16Mp camera with image stabilization, and a 5mp front-facing wide-angle camera, and the Android M OS.