Android Marshmallow users are due for an update today: Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 is beginning to roll out first to Nexus devices as OTA updates and as factory images. Other devices will begin to receive the update as well as soon as the manufacturer pushes it, which shouldn’t be too far away.

The update brings new emoji, brings back an old do not disturb mode from Android 5.1, and a new bottom bar for tablets that moves the onscreen buttons to the sides of the screen (see featured image above).

For a full list of all of the new emojis, head over to Ars Technica.

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  1. […] that they’ve received the software upgrade, which, interestingly, is only Android 6.0, not 6.0.1 with the new emojis. Also, the update brings January’s security patch to the device, so it looks like users will […]

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