Google’s I/O in 2015 is about to begin and developers from all over the world are preparing for what could be announced. The schedule of events has been released already and therefore expectations increase. On May 28 the main focus of those expectations rests on Android M, tie-ins with the enterprise zone, new wearables, and Voice Access.
The Google I/O web app has been very useful the past years and this year is no different. This app was recently updated, allowing users to customize their own schedule along the I/0 experience. The Android version also allows calendar syncing with Google Calendar integration, so you can see all the events in just one calendar. This year they added, in the app, overview of social conversations on Twitter and Google+, a video library of past events, plus the agenda.
The customization on the app makes it easier for an attendee to access relevant content, browse venue map, or watch live streaming remotely. It also features some Google Now-like features and has an Explore screen, which shows similar content in cards, so finding events that might interest you is easier. This year’s I/O mobile app is also the first time Material Design is implemented to provide a more modern looking and less cluttered app.
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