Google has been teasing the official name for Android M since it was unveiled at Google IO and now the company has announced the next version of their OS is called Android Marshmallow.
As well as announcing that Android M is called Marshmallow, Google has also released the Android 6.0 SDK and is now allowing developers to submit apps to Google Play.
As with every release of Android, there is now an Android Marshmallow statue on Google’s campus, and Google has also released a video showing how the latest statue was made.
You can find out more details about Android Marshmallow and the Android 6.0 SDK over at the Android Developers Blog at the link below.
Source Android Developers
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