Android 6.0 Marshmallow wasn’t so much a huge leap as it was a refining of the major OS upgrade we saw in Lollipop. Even still, there’s lots of little changes that made their way to the OS and because not everyone is as tech-savvy as you or I, sometimes they just need a little help.
If you’re looking dip your feet into Android but need to know some of the basics (or perhaps know someone who could learn a thing or 2), you might want to check out Google’s Android Quick Start guide, now available on Google Play Books. The e-reader friendly book dives into all the first things you’ll want to do with a new phone rocking Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Well, a Nexus or Android One phone anyway (the update is still a ways off before it lands on non-Nexus hardware here in the states).
It’s only 50 pages long and takes you through a step-by-step process on how to do everything from managing an account, customizing home screen, or using those emoji the kids are all about these days. The best part is the e-book is available globally and wont cost you a cent. Hit up the link below to check it out for yourself.