Friday , June 22 2018

Google adds Android Quick Start Guide, Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) manual to Play Books

For those users anxiously awaiting their Marshmallow update, or for new Marshmallow users, Google has added an Android Quick Start Guide, Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) manual to Play Books.

This is the third manual for their OS they’ve released, previously adding a KitKat and Lollipop guide after announcing the newest version of the OS. The guide is a ‘Quick Start’ and in the description, Google points users to the ‘Nexus Help Center’ for further information and to in the text itself.

It’s not an incredibly long read, clocking in at a mere 50 pages, but covers a lot of ground starting with a brief overview on Marshmallow. The book touches on new Android 6.0 features such as Now On Tap, Nexus Imprint and tantalisingly Tap & Pay using Android Pay, but also covers the basics of Android and how to use it.

If you’ve been wanting to read up more on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, head over to Google Play Books to secure your copy now.

Source: Google Play Books.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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