Today during the Google I/O Convention, Google has released the developer preview version of Android M, the next Operating System to power the Android Devices.
Android M is still in a very early development stage and it’s not by far functional as a day to day OS, but from the preview you can still see some of the changes that will be implemented. First off, you can notice the small changes and improvements to the App Drawer, App library organization, Google Now Tap, Volume Control UI and other small design changes made in the name of mobile user-friendliness.
The Android M Developer preview build is available for download here.
Here you can see a video review made by TechCrunch, because sadly I didn’t got the chance to flash the new Android M build to my smartphone.