Here's your first Android M changelog

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Google unwrapped Android M at its I/O developer conference Thursday, detailing a ton of new features designed to make the operating system more useful and secure.

The presentation, which focused on app permissions, Android Pay, and developer tools, wrapped up with a giant letter “M” filled with all the new features.

Here’s the list:

  • Android Pay
  • Easy word selection
  • Floating clipboard toolbar
  • Work contacts in personal contexts
  • Hotspot 2.0 R1
  • VPN apps in settings
  • Flex storage
  • Duplex printing
  • App standby
  • Seamless certificate installation for enterprise
  • Undo/redo keyboard shortcuts
  • Do not disturb automatic rules
  • Data usage API for work profiles
  • Material Design support library
  • Bluetooth SAP
  • Voice interaction service
  • USB Type C charging
  • App link verification
  • Battery historian v2BT 4.2
  • Simplified volume controls
  • IMproved bluetooth low energy scanning
  • Doze
  • Text selection actions
  • Improved text hyphenation and justification
  • Improved diagnostics
  • IT admin acceptance of OTAs
  • Google Now on tap
  • Chrome custom tabs
  • Auto backup for apps
  • Unified app settings view
  • UI toolkit
  • Contextual assist framework
  • Enterprise factory reset protection
  • Direct Share
  • Corporate owned single use device support
  • Do not disturb quick setting and repeat caller prioritization
  • Improved trusted face reliability
  • Improved text layout 
  • Fingerprint sensor formance support
  • Alphabetic app list with search
  • Unified Google new runtime settings and permissions
  • Work status notification
  • MIDI support 5GHz
  • Portable Wi-Fi hot-spot Bluetooth connectivity for device provisioning
  • Seven additional languages
  • Power improvements in WiFi scanning
  • Data binding support library
  • Beta setup wizard
  • IMAP sign-in
  • Delegated certificate installation

This story, "Here's your first Android M changelog" was originally published by Greenbot.

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