Marshmallow Will Make Android Gaming Even Better

October 14, 2015 - Written By John Anon

Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) is finally here. The next version of Android which follows on from Android 5.0 (Lollipop) has now been released by Google and it will come with a ton of changes and new features to get used to again. However, they are all features which are designed to make the overall Android experience a more pleasant one.

It has already been widely covered that Marshmallow will bring improvements to the area of battery life. One of the ways in which this will be achieved is through the use of features like Doze. This particular feature makes sure that when you are not using your phone, it is not consuming so much battery. This means that when you are using your phone, you will have much more battery to play with. Not to mention, apps will no longer have the grasp they once did on permissions, due to the greater level of control included with Marshmallow. However, there will also be a ton of more subtle improvements which will lead to an overall smoother, faster and more processor-friendly experience. Which is great news for those of us who like to game. Gaming on Android devices is a market which is seeing significant growth of late. One which certainly is proving to be market which will continue to grow and only improve thanks to the introduction of the features which will come with Android Marshmallow.

Whether you are a free-runner expert on the likes of Temple Run and Temple Run 2 or a more platform based gamer who prefers the likes of Thomas Was Alone, then the better battery life and faster and more fluid use of Marshmallow will make the experience all the more fun. The same is with Mansion Casino. When played on an Android device that has seen the bump up to Marshmallow, users can expect to play longer thanks to the improved battery usage and play faster thanks to the improved operating system tweaks. In fact, it doesn’t seem to matter what your choice of game preference is, with the updates that are coming with Android Marshmallow and the general improvements in hardware which keeps coming to Android devices, Android gaming has never been in a better shape. The question is no longer what game can I play on my mobile? Instead, the question is now which game do I want to play today?