The source code for the 2018 edition of the Google I/O app has been released, giving devs a peek into a few of the newest API and platform changes. It also appears to have been completely rewritten. Read more...
Google had introduced its new Google News app during this year’s Google I/O, and it seems like Google Assistant will be able to read those stories to you. In its press release, Google says that millions of people have started using Google News app since the release of a new version of the app, and
Back in May, during Google I/O, the company unveiled a new AI-powered News app designed to present news stories from all angles. But suppose you get the urge to hear the latest top stories and your eyes and hands are otherwise occupied? Google has announced that it started rolling out a new feature that will allow you to ask Assistant on your Android phone, "Hey Google, what's the latest news?" Your handset will play some news excepts directly from the Google News app, culled from various media companies
Google’s Android Pie SDK is now more Kotlin-friendly At Google’s I/O 2017 Developers Conference last year, the search giant had announced Kotlin would be an officially supported language in Android and it will join the list of existing programming languages used for Android app development, such as Java and C++. It is also predicted that Kotlin will be surpassing Java as the primary programming language used for Android apps by December 2018
Android P features were announced at the Google I/O developer conference back in May. On Monday, the next big iteration of the platform got its name. Well, it has been officially unveiled as Android 9 Pie. And, the update is already
We’ve seen Google talk about all of its plans to get us to live a digitally healthy lifestyle with its Digital Wellbeing program. Although this was introduced during the Google I/O Conference, we haven’t seen actual devices that would run this. Well in light of Android 9.0 being officially outed already, they are also now
Google’s next version of Android is starting to come out, but it’s a weird situation and you probably can’t get it anyway (GOOG, GOOGL)
Google is rolling out the latest version of its Android operating system — Android 9.0, officially codenamed "Pie" — on Monday, but only a few of the headlining features that Google announced back at Google I/O are included in the update.
If you own a Pixel device from Google running Android 9 Pie, you can now sign up for a beta to download and try out the company’s Digital Wellbeing dashboard. If you don’t recall, Google announced during this year’s Google I/O that as part of an initiative surrounding digital wellbeing, it made a new platform … Continued
After four developer previews and a chunk of stage time at Google I/O, we already have a pretty good idea of what’s in store for Android P when it releases later this summer. For everything we don’t know, however, Google’s engineering team hosted a Reddit AMA, in which they answered as many tough questions as they could about the next major version of Android. Here are the six biggest things we learned.
Google just updated the iPhone Google Maps application, bringing to iOS a brand new feature that might change the way you eat out. Called “match,” the feature was unveiled back at Google I/O 2018 in May and is already available on Android, which is naturally where Google debuts many of its new features. But it was only a matter of time until Google brought it to the other mobile operating system that matters.
Back at Google I/O, Google announced two new features for Google Assistant: custom routines and schedules — both focusing on automating things you do regularly, but in different ways. The first lets you trigger multiple commands with a single custom phrase — like saying “Hey Google, I’m awake” to unsilence your phone, turn on the
At Google I/O 2018, we were promised the ability to schedule Routines within Google Home. Now we have it, with the usual caveats.