If you’re one of the .5% of Android users who already has Marshmallow, then you probably don’t understand the agony it has been for the rest of us waiting around for Android 6.0 to arrive on our devices. Now Samsung device owners might hear a few notes of hope in the wind, because Samsung SideSync just released an update to make it compatible with Marshmallow. This update would seem to indicate that Android 6.0 will be arriving on a Samsung device sometime in the near future.
We don’t have anything official for now, but it seems unlikely that Samsung would push out this app update months in advance of an OS update. The changelog for SideSync notes that a handful of features won’t be activated until “after Android 6.0.” Said features include improved user interface, some notifications tweaks, and the ability to save files in user-defined folders.
Samsung SideSync is an app that allows you to quickly integrate your Android smartphone and PC experiences. You can sync content between the two devices and even share mouse and keyboard input. SideSync allows users to copy and paste from PC to Samsung smartphone, and you can even use screen sharing. The app was initially released in 2013, but has since become something of a staple utility for some Samsung users. Click the button below to download it from the Google Play Store.
What do you think of this new update and what it implies? Which Samsung device do you think will be first in line to receive Android 6.0 Marshmallow? Let us know your thoughs in the comments!