After being cancelled last year, Google I/O is back for 2021 and the company made a couple of announcements at this year’s event.
Google made a couple of announcements at their I/O 2019 keynote including Android Q, improvements to Google Assistant, YouTube and more.
Google has announced a visual overhaul to Android Auto.
Google made a few announcements at their I/O 2018 keynote about Android, VR/AR, YouTube, Google Assistant and more.
Android Pay was first introduced at Google I/O 2015 to go up against the likes of other mobile payment systems such as Apple Pay and Samsung Pay. But so far, it’s only been available in a few countries (10 to be exact) but Google has confirmed that Android Pay is coming to more countries.
Google first introduced their VR platform Daydream back at Google I/O 2016 but it wasn’t available until the Pixel released and the Daydream View headset released last fall.
Now, Google has shared details about the upcoming Daydream 2.0 Euphrates at Google I/O 2017.
Google made a few announcements at their I/O 2017 keynote about Android, VR/AR, YouTube, Google Assistant and more.
And if you missed the keynote, here it is:
Google made quite a few announcements during their I/O 2016 keynote. From a new way to talk to Google to an Amazon Echo competitor called Google Home and of course a looking at upcoming versions of Android and Android Wear.
For those who might have missed the keynote:
Google also had the keynote available in 360 video:
There were a lot of announcements that were made during the Google I/O 2015 keynote. From a preview of the next version of Android to the Internet of Things and a Google Cardboard update.