Google at its I/O 2017 developer conference has now officially announced the new Android version dubbed as Android O. Basically the new version will be succeeding Andriod Nougat which was released last year. However, with the announcement we now
Instant Apps were put on the back burner for a while, but it looks like they are now finally ready for all developers to tinker away.
(Telecompaper) Google unveiled at its I/O developers conference a preview of the next release of Android and a new lightweight version of the OS aimed at developing markets. The company also announced the milestone of 2 billion active Android devices around the world.
Android Instant Apps will let users access apps from search, social media, messaging, and other deep links without the need to stop and first install the app.
The recently-released Windows 10 build 16199 comes with a new feature for Android users that brings phone call notifications right on their desktops.
Google's Android operating system has reached a milestone by powering 2 billion monthly active devices around the world, the company said. Google's vice president of engineering Dave Burke that Android has "the largest reach of any computing platform of ...
Onstage at Google I/O yesterday, CEO Sundar Pichai announced a big milestone for the company. That huge news is that seven of the company’s core product platforms now reach more than a billion monthly active users each. Pichar says that the most impressive statistic was Android, which as of right now has over two billion
So we’re getting nearer and nearer to the Android O release, but before that, some Nexus device and Pixel users are now able to get a peek of what Android O offers through the Android O Developer Preview 2 which is now released as a public beta. This means that users with eligible devices are
San Francisco: Google’s Android operating system has reached a milestone by powering 2 billion monthly active devices around the world, the company said. Google’s vice president of engineering Dave Burke that Android has “the largest reach of any computing platform of its kind”, Xinhua reported on Thursday. Based on the Linux kernel and designed primarily
Google has just released the first public beta along with the Developer Preview 2 factory images for Android O.