beat Android to the draw a couple of months back with the introduction of iOS 9.1.From the much-devoured taco to the mystical unicorn, a deluge of new emoji will soon grace Nexus devices far and wide. Those who've interacted with an iPhone or iPad in recent times will probably be familiar with many of the new arrivals, since Apple's mobile software
Aside from the emoji support, there are one or two minor adjustments to mull over with Android 6.0.1. Notably, it's the official Android security update for the month of December, so should offer a few out-of-sight tweaks to keep the ship running tightly.
As for features that can be seen, Android 6.0.1 makes a small change to the navigation bar on tablets. The 'back' and 'home' buttons are situated on the left-hand side, with 'overview' stuck on the right, in a move that seemingly makes it easier to access these buttons with thumbs.
The Do Not Disturb feature is the other notable aspect to receive attention, with a return for the 'until next alarm' feature that first appeared with Android 5.1.
source: Ars Technica