Marshmallow further bolsters Android's existing notification muting features thanks to an enhanced Do Not Disturb feature.
The leaked screens show various parts of the app, such as the For You screen and Beats One.
The latest update also makes it easier to find games and redeem codes in the store.
You can now activate Cortana for Android by saying "Hey Cortana!" There are some limitations, though.
Did you know you can browse your phone's file system on Android Marshmallow without downloading a separate app? We'll show you how.
Improve your phone's location accuracy with the flip of a switch.
Android's new memory manager makes it easier than ever to make sense of how your Android phone is using its RAM.
Android M makes it simpler to change your default browser, phone, and SMS apps.
Cortana's new texting capabilities join new Messaging, Skype, and Phone apps in Build 10565.
According to NBC News, the US Government could have a registration system in place by Christmas.
Not a fan of Lollipop's heads-up notifications? Android Marshmallow lets you turn them off for individual apps.
No more digging through the Settings to delete an app—now you can remove it with a quick drag and drop.
Doze mode will help save your phone's battery, but you can easily switch it off if you want.
A hidden feature in Android Marshmallow lets you add, remove, and rearrange shortcuts in the Quick Settings tray. Here's how to use it.
Managing app permissions gets a lot easier in Android Marshmallow. Here's what you need to know.