A look at the most important things to know about Google’s upcoming new Android operating system build

Today, Google has released the first build of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the next version of Android, which will be released for phones and tablets as early as September.

We’re starting to get a sense of what Android Marshmallow will look like.

We’ll have more to share about Marshmallow and how it will impact users in the coming weeks.

Marshmallow is the new Google OS, and it’s the first release since Android 6, Android 6 Nougat.

It’s not just a different operating system, it’s a new user interface.

That means the new OS will look very similar to the old OS.

And that makes Marshmallow a significant upgrade over Android 6 Marshmallow.

We already knew that Marshmallow was designed to take advantage of all the new features in Android 6 and Nougats new APIs.

Today, we know that Marshfield is going to include a lot of new and exciting new features and functionality.

The new Android 6 software includes new features like Android Auto, a new version of the Google Assistant, a much improved UI for apps, and more.

We also got a better look at some of the new APIs, like Google Now, which lets you access the Google Cloud Messaging APIs and other services from within Android apps.

It also means that apps that use Google’s Location Services APIs now have access to the location service, which is a big deal.

The Marshmallow build also contains many of the improvements to the way apps work, like better performance, better performance-per-watt, and improved battery life.

For the most part, we expect Marshmallow to be much faster, with apps taking much less time to load, and the OS taking less time in the background.

But there’s still some work to do.

The operating system is designed to be used with one phone at a time, so there’s not going to be a lot that you can do with multiple devices.

Android Marshfield will only work on phones running Marshmallow Marshmallow 5 or 6.1.

If you’re not using Marshmallow for a phone, then you can use Android Marshground to test your Android phone.

Google says that the first Marshmallow-based Android phone is due in late 2019.

The first Marshmallows phones will come with a custom build of the OS.

Google Marshmallow has been around since 2014, and now the OS is finally being made available to developers.

Developers can make their own custom versions of Marshmallow based on their needs, so they can build apps and add features that their users are interested in.

Developers will also be able to use custom ROMs to get their apps to work on other phones, as well.

Developers also will be able create and publish their own apps, but will be limited to those that they make available on Google Play.

So far, Google hasn’t announced any plans to open up the Android Marketplace to developers, but it may do so at some point.

The next version, Marshmallow Nougata, is the first time Android is getting Marshmallow with a full software suite.

The Nougathas software suite includes Marshmallow updates, and new APIs and new features, including a new way to interact with the cloud, Google Assistant support, and a new system that allows users to manage all their Google accounts.

There’s no word yet on whether developers can make use of those new APIs in their apps.

The latest Marshmallow update to Android 6 adds a number of new security features and enhancements.

Marshmageddon is now available to all Android devices running Marshmallonougat, and MarshmallowNougat will be available to those devices in the first half of 2019.

Marshmandates software updates will also include a few other improvements, including improvements to camera performance and battery life, and fixes to the new lock screen animations.

Marshfield should come out in early 2019, so we expect that to be the first stable version of Marshmobiles OS to be released.