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England and Wales have finally released their COVID-19 contact tracing app for Android and iOS. Scotland and Northern Ireland independently released their own contact tracing apps.
Google today announced that it is rolling out Nearby Share - its AirDrop competitor - to select Pixel and Samsung phones. The rollout will soon expand to more devices on Android 6.0 and newer.
Ten months after its release, Android 7.0 Nougat has reached 10.6% of devices. Marshmallow had reached 15.2% within ten months of its rollout starting, and it's more than doubled since then, to 31.8%.
21 months after Google originally released Android 6.0 Marshmallow, BLU Products has begun rolling out the update to the Life One X - a device it launched in 2015 with Android 5.1 Lollipop onboard.
18 months after Google released Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the YotaPhone 2 is finally getting that update. The company has also posted a teaser for the YotaPhone 3, with pre-orders opening this summer.
A year and a half after Android 6.0 (better known as Marshmallow) became available to device manufacturers, only now has Oppo joined the party, upgrading three of its smartphones.
Fairphone is finally updating its handset, the Fairphone 2, 18 months after Google first released Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The update will bring marked improvements and arrive over-the-air.
After announcing plans to bring its digital Assistant to more Android 6.0 and 7.0 phones last month, Google has now confirmed that it does not plan to bring the Assistant to any Android tablets.
Google's artificially-intelligent Assistant is now becoming available to a number of modern Android devices in the US. All users need to do is check for updates though the rollout may take a while.
The newest versions of Android are now installed on just 1.2% of the platform's active devices, while 6.0 Marshmallow continues to grow, pushing past the 30% usage milestone for the first time.
Android 7.0 Nougat arrived months ago, and Google has already released version 7.1.1. But over a year after Marshmallow's release, AT&T has only now rolled out Android 6.0.1 to the ZTE Zmax 2.
Android 7.0 Nougat is now on just 0.4% of devices, up by a pitiful 0.1% compared with last month - but a year after its release, 6.0 Marshmallow has finally overtaken the three-year-old 4.4 KitKat.
A new OxygenOS update is now available for the OnePlus 3, bring various improvements and additions, including 1080p video recording at 60fps - but the wait for Android 7.0 Nougat continues.
Thirteen months after Marshmallow's release, and weeks behind other major carriers, US Cellular has finally begun rolling out the Android 6.0.1 update to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5.
Over a year after Google released Android 6.0, and six months after BlackBerry said the Marshmallow update was available for the Priv, Verizon has finally begun rolling out the update to the device.
A year after Marshmallow's release, Samsung has begun rolling out the update to its two-and-a-half-year-old Galaxy S5 mini - but it's not yet clear if this will be a global rollout for all models.
Chinese manufacturer LeEco has announced its first flagship Android phone for the US, the Le Pro 3, featuring specs that easily allows it to stand alongside the likes of the new Google Pixel phones.
Thirteen months after Marshmallow's release, AT&T has finally made the update available for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5, including the September security patches and NumberSync support.
In June, Samsung released Android 6.0.1 for the Galaxy A7 in Russia. Three months later - and almost a full year after Marshmallow's release - the update is now available for the Galaxy A7 in Europe.
In November, OnePlus said it would bring Marshmallow to the X "as soon as possible". Now, 51 weeks after Marshmallow was released, the update is finally rolling out to the device as OxygenOS 3.1.2.
A year after Marshmallow's release, Verizon is rolling out the update to the Galaxy Tab S. That's not bad, considering the device is over two years old - but it's unlikely to get a taste of Nougat.
Sony unveiled the C5 Ultra two months before Google released Android 6.0. Now, Sony has finally delivered the year-old Marshmallow update to that device - but it won't be upgraded to Android 7.0.
The remarkable Yoga Book - which features a touch-sensitive keyboard that doubles as an area on which to write and draw - can now be pre-ordered in the UK with Android 6.0 Marshmallow or Windows 10.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A with S Pen has officially hit the Korean markets. With increases in RAM and storage, and S Pen support, this device simply provides incremental hardware upgrades.
After unveiling the Xperia XZ and X Compact a couple of weeks ago, Sony has confirmed that the two high-end handsets will launch in the US without the fingerprint sensors available in other markets.
Marshmallow has been available to manufacturers for almost a year now, but hasn't yet reached 20% of devices, while Android 4.4 KitKat - which was released nearly three years ago - is on 27.7%.
The Xperia C4 and C4 Dual launched in May 2015, just five months before Marshmallow was released in early October - but it's taken Sony almost a full year to upgrade those devices to Android 6.0.
Months after its rival carriers delivered Marshmallow to both devices - and eleven months after Google released Android 6.0 - AT&T is finally rolling out the update to the Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge.
Lenovo's distinctive new Yoga Book - which aims to offer the simplicity of a pen-and-paper notebook - will come with Windows 10 or Android. But the company is also working on a Chrome OS version.
Almost eleven months after Marshmallow was originally released, a preview build of OxygenOS 3.1.0 - based on Android 6.0.1 - is now available for the OnePlus X, but there are some known issues.
Over ten months after Marshmallow was originally released, and five months after HTC made it available for the One E8, Sprint has finally begun rolling out Android 6.0 to the device.
Android 7.0 Nougat will be released soon - but ten months after the rollout of version 6.0 Marshmallow began, it's now installed on just 15% of Android devices, and its growth rate has slowed.
After releasing Marshmallow for the Galaxy A5 (2016) in June, Samsung has now started rolling out Android 6.0.1 to the original Galaxy A5 - and it's likely to be the last major Android update it gets.
After publishing details of the new handset prematurely today, BlackBerry has now officially announced the DTEK50, an upper-mid-range device running a "hardened" version of Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Samsung has upgraded many of its devices to Android 6.0 in recent weeks, but now it's HTC's turn. HTC is rolling out Marshmallow to its affordable Desire 626, on both Sprint and T-Mobile in the US.
After beginning its Marshmallow rollout for the Galaxy Note 4 a couple of months ago, Samsung has started upgrading the device to Android 6.0.1 in Australia, bringing a range of improvements.
Sony has announced that Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow is now available for its Xperia M4 Aqua and M4 Aqua Dual - but owners must "use Xperia Companion via PC or Mac to check availability and update".
Verizon began upgrading the Galaxy Tab S2 to Marshmallow a few weeks ago, followed more recently by AT&T - and now, T-Mobile has also started its Android 6.0.1 rollout for the Samsung tablet.
The Zmax Pro will be available from MetroPCS for $99 with no contract, offering a remarkable set of specs, including a fingerprint scanner, 13MP camera with phase detection auto-focus, and lots more.