Android 6 brings many great new features, including a new Notes app for Android devices, which now runs on all of Android 6 and higher.
Android 6 is also the last major release to include the Google Assistant, a voice assistant that Google has built into the OS.
As such, the new Notes apps in Android are a step forward from the old ones, which only worked with Google’s Google Now voice assistants.
But unlike the older apps, which did not allow for multiple voice commands, the Android 6 Notes app will allow you to easily add multiple commands to your notes by tapping the menu button.
This is useful for those who like to add notes on a specific subject or topic, and it’s something that Google does not offer on its own apps.
In addition to these new features that will make Notes work well with Android 6, Android 6 also includes a few minor changes, such as the ability to hide the default note font and the ability for notes to be automatically displayed in full size in larger text.
The Android 6 note app is available now in the Google Play Store and the Play Store Android app, as well as in the Amazon Appstore, as the Android apps for iPhones and iPads.
This app is currently available in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese, and the Google Chrome App.
For more information on Android 6 software and features, check out our full review.