very early version of Android M. In fact, Google has promised at least two more versions within the preview window before M becomes a market reality. All of this means that anything and everything is subject to change, and we may very well have some major changes in functionality and the way certain features look and behave like. And, before we get into the meat of it, keep in mind that the so-called Now on Tap functionality is still not part of Google Now — we get an a prompt telling us this outright. So, for now, we can't test out how Google Now works within apps.Now, first things first — this is a
Without any further ado, here's how the earliest of early versions of Android M looks like on a Nexus 6.