• Poll: What are you most excited about from Google I/O 2017?

    4 monthes ago - By MobileSyrup

    Google I/O is done for yet another year and that leads us to ask, what announcement are you must excited about? The company announced that Canadians will finally be getting Google Home and that Google assistant is coming to the iPhone... but not for Canada. Though, there is a work around that MobileSyrup's Patrick O'Rourke wrote up - you can find that here . Google also announced a bunch of AI stuff for photos . Let us know in the poll, what announcement are you most excited about from Google I/O 2017?
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  • G Suite gets more customization tools including new App Maker

    G Suite gets more customization tools including new App Maker

    4 monthes ago - By Talk Android

    As Google I/O 2017 starts to wind down and fans plot their new developments or their next big purchase based on Google tech, the enterprise market got some welcome news about some tools Google will roll out for G Suite. G Suite is Google's platform mainly intended for the enterprise that gives companies access to [...]
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  • New Emulator Revealed To Aid App Creation For Chrome OS

    New Emulator Revealed To Aid App Creation For Chrome OS

    4 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Among the final announcements for Google's I/O 2017 is that the company is finally creating an emulator for use in developing apps for big screens. The tool still doesn't have an official name but the goal, as outlined by Google, is to make developing Android applications for Chromebooks or other Chrome OS devices possible even without access to a Chromebook for testing. Additionally, the tool could probably be used to develop for other viable platforms that utilize a keyboard and mouse as their primary input. So developing for Android-based Laptops or mirroring devices like Samsung's Dex...
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  • Roman Guy explains how are “Colors” going to change in Android O?

    4 monthes ago - By AndroidPhoneFans

    A session during Google I/O 2017 explained how the color management will change in Android O, while explaining to developers how to make sure that their applications will be properly calibrated.
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  • NOISE on Android from ROLI revealed at Google I/O 2017

    4 monthes ago - By Talk Android

    To many of the attendees at Google I/O 2017, some of the music that played after the keynote address was completed may have seemed like your typical filler. However, it was much more than that as it represented an unveiling of NOISE on Android from ROLI. NOISE is a modular music app that enables the [...]
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  • Google Brings In New Recents Menu UI In Android Go

    4 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Google is bringing in a new recents menu UI in Android Go, though it doesn't look completely different from what's currently being used with the other versions of the Android operating system. Announced during Google's I/O 2017 developer conference earlier this week, Android Go will be a lower-powered version of Android that is designed for devices that have less memory to use for tasks, and that's the aim of the new recents menu UI in Android Go as it was designed to use up less RAM so the device has more to devote to other tasks. It's new design should also help it operate at a faster...
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  • Google announces 2017 Google Play Award winners

    Google announces 2017 Google Play Award winners

    4 monthes ago - By Android Central

    Here are Google's picks for the best apps in the Google Play Store.
    As part of the Google I/O festivities, Google held a ceremony to announce the winners of the 2nd annual Google Play Awards.
    With over 85 billion downloads from the Google Play Store, it's always nice to see Google give some praise to the most innovative and interesting apps of the past year. Google has highlighted 12 apps this year, each chosen for its outstanding user experience or social impact.
    Standout Indie: Mushroom 11
    Mushroom 11 is a super interesting puzzle game in which you take control of a shapeshifting fungus...
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