It’s a little bit of a mystery as to why a new Android version of Android has to be called “6.0”.
As we’ve seen with the last major release, this version is supposed to be “the last big release”.
But that is not quite the case.
As of this writing, Android 6 is still the most popular version of the operating system.
Android 6 will be released on October 23.
As you might imagine, this is an important release, but we also have a few reasons why it matters.
First, as of today, you can now access and use Wi-fi on Android devices from any part of the world.
This is huge, especially as the world is now increasingly connected to the internet.
So it is a big deal.
We’ve already seen a huge surge in use of Wi-fares around the world, and it will be interesting to see how many people are still using it.
Second, it will allow for more mobile data.
It’s great to be able to download files from the internet, but it’s not so great to have all your apps running on the same machine, especially when you have no network connection.
Third, and this is the most important reason why this is so important, Android is one of the first mobile operating systems to offer native Wi-Fares.
This means you can be on Wi-FI and have access to the cloud from anywhere in the world on any Android device.
It’s important to note that Android 6 isn’t yet available in the US.
However, Google has announced plans to bring Android 6 to the UK, and there is a very good chance that it will come to the US as well.
We expect to see Google introduce a similar feature in the future.
Fourth, and I know it’s a bit of an afterthought, but you should definitely keep an eye out for new apps for Android 6 on Google Play.
There are a lot of apps for the latest version of this operating system, and the ones that have made the jump to Android 6 are a huge help.
Fifth, and finally, you’ll also want to check out some of the other improvements you’ll find in Android 6 such as the ability to use Bluetooth and Bluetooth headsets on your Android devices.