First below screenshot is from Lollipop and following ones from Marshmallow. You will probably
notice there aren’t many changes. Users can now directly uninstall apps from the Home screen.
Press and hold an app to trigger the “Uninstall” option that appears alongside of “Remove” at the
top of the screen. The non-removable apps will not have that option, but you can still try to disable
them in app info.
You scroll up and down to pick a widget instead of side to side. If the widget has more options,
you can scroll left and right to see the options. You can scroll using the vertical bar on the right to
quickly jump to another letter of the alphabet.
Lollipop has All Apps scrolling side to side.
In Marshmallow, when you open all apps, the first thing you’ll notice is that the scrolling has changed
from horizontal to vertical. Secondly, you’ll also see the search bar persists. You can quickly search
for an app to open instead of scrolling through all your apps. You can also quickly get here by press
and hold the All Apps icon. Lastly, you’ll see four apps staying at the top of the list. This isn’t the most
frequently used app. It’s suggested based on your local usage pattern that depends on time and
When you scroll from the side, you can scroll down quickly jumping to the next alphabet letter.