Top Android news of the week: Chrome 49, bigger Marshmallow, Android N | ZDNet
Marshmallow adoption gaining ground
The latest Android distribution numbers are out and they show that Marshmallow use is growing. It's only at 2.3 percent but that's a jump over last month's 1.2 percent in use. This is very low, especially considering Android N was released to developers this week
Source: Android and Me
Android N preview hits developers' hands
Google released the first preview version of Android N to developers this week. It shows better notifications and customization, among a lot of other improvements over Marshmallow. You must be a developer to download Android N, but without verification of that anyone can claim to be one and get it.
Source: Ars Tecnica
Chrome for Android updated to version 49
Source: Android Beat
More HTC 10 pics leaked
It's not certain when HTC will release its next flagship phone but more photos have leaked on Twitter so the company better hurry up. Rumors indicate the HTC 10 will have a 5.2-inch display.
Source: Android Community