Google is introducing a new feature to the Android OS that makes it easier for users to get the latest updates.
The feature will make it easier to check if updates are available in your device.
Users can now select the latest version of Android from the notification bar, which will be available in both apps and the launcher.
There’s also an option to install an app from the Google Play store, as well as the option to download apps from the Play Store and sideload them on to your phone.
Google says that if the update is available in the Google app store, then the update will also be available to all other users.
Google has previously released an Android 6 Marshmallow update to the Google Search app.
Marshmallow is the first version of the operating system that includes new hardware and software features that the company believes will be more secure and reliable.