Google debuts Android M, focuses on ‘polish and quality’

With the dust settling on the announcements yesterday at Google I/O 2015, one of the more prominent and expected announcements was that of Android M.

We don’t yet know what the ‘M’ stands for, but some guesses so far include Muffin and Milkshake, but what we do know is that the next major release of Android is looking pretty slick. The new Android M version focuses on polish and design, taking Material Design that was introduced in Android 5.0 Lollipop and enhancing it.

[blockquote author=””]”For [Android] M, we’ve gone back to the basics,” said Google SVP Sundar Pichai. “We’ve really focused on polish and quality; we’ve literally solved thousands of bugs.”[/blockquote]

There’s no release date yet for Android M, but the Developer Preview is available now for a select few devices.

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