Google has unveiled its next-gen Android iteration - the Android M, billed as the "most powerful Android release yet", which bundles a number of improvements added in the platform.
Some of its highlights include battery life and streamlined permissions for apps, to make it easier to decide what information of the apps you can use on your phone.
Thanks to the system images from Android M available for a few Nexus devices such as Nexus 5, 6 and 9, you can enjoy the features Google has stuffed in the latest Android software, much ahead of the official release.
Following are the stock APK files for Android M apps, extracted from the system dump. The folder includes app, priv-app, framework and lib that comes with the Android M firmware build MPZ44Q released for the Nexus 5.
Download: Android M apps [includes app, framework, lib and priv-app forlder]
Apps in App folder
List of apps in priv-app folder
Wallpapers and ringtones
Apart from the apps, the new Android version stuffs goodies such wallpapers and ringtones which are now available for download on your Android devices.
For the ringtones, download the android-m-ringtones.zip file, extract it and transfer the content to media>> audio folder on your Android device.
What is in the ringtones package?
- 24 UI tones
- 12 ringtones
- 11 notifications tones
- 8 alarm tones
Another interesting download is the new shiny boot animation from the Android M boot screen. This is 100% stock and unadulterated. But note that it is not meant to be flashed and you will have to customise it for your Android device to make it compatible.
Download: Android M boot animation