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Q: What do you want to see in Android M?

  • 84%
    Better performance

  • 53%
    Improved battery life

  • 69%
    Synched notifications across devices and platforms

  • 83%
    Improved parental controls

  • 78%
    Smarter gestures

  • 39%
    More customisation options

  • 52%
    Ultra power saving mode baked into Android

  • 17%
    Enterprise features

  • 53%
    Other/don't know


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At next week's Google I/O we expect to get our first glimpse of Android M. Here's what we want to see from the new Android OS, but what do you want? Place your vote in our poll.

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bumpkin

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More bananas, there are never enough bananas.

Too true Misty, too true.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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It would also be good to be able to switch off in-app purchases or Google Play purchases to avoid the sting of an unexpected bill.

I'm sure you can already switch off Google Play purchases. I also switch of the wifi when grandson is playing Angrybirds :0)

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Hope its better than the last one

Although 13 (M) is an unlucky number.

:0)

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Rumpelteazer

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More bananas, there are never enough bananas.

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