A lot took place today, and now that the day is somewhat wrapping up, we want to know what you thought was the biggest announcement from the Google I/O keynote.
Google took the stage early this morning, then proceeded to announce a ton of new things – the Android M developer preview (available for the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Nexus Player), updated Google Cardboard headset that fits larger phones, Android Pay, Project Brillo to manage the Internet of Things, a family-friendly version of Google Play for the kiddies, an all-new Google Photos app, plus a ton more.
Share your thoughts below on what you think the biggest announcement from Google I/O is so far.
For everyone here who needs the latest wallpaper from Google, which comes grouped in the Android M Developer Preview, here you go. (more…)
We have now been running the Android M developer preview on a Nexus 6 and Nexus 5 for the better part of the last couple of hours and are now ready to share some of our findings. While there aren’t a lot of big, forward-facing UI changes, there are all sorts of little tweaks everywhere, some that we like, others that we may need to sleep on before we make any bold claims about. (more…)
Google’s Inbox is now open to everyone! That’s right, the task-oriented email application from the Gmail team is there for the taking without the need of an invite. And not only is it open to all, the Inbox crew tossed in a bunch of really great features, most importantly “Undo send.” (more…)
During the Google I/O keynote this morning, alongside the introduction of Android Pay, Google detailed native fingerprint management inside of Android M, a new feature for the OS. (more…)
Haha, Google, so silly.
Yes, my friends, that really is your Android M Easter Egg – for the moment. (more…)
We have had the Android M developer previewed flashed on a Nexus 5 for all of five minutes, but we are already noticing fun little tweaks that Google has made since Lollipop. For one, the bright white settings menu on stock Android has been given a “dark” theme, for those not wanting to be blinded at night when doing some dirty work on their phones. (more…)
Announced today on stage at Google I/O, HBO Now is coming to Android later this summer. HBO Now is HBO’s standalone subscription plan that allows you to watch your favorite HBO content, without needing a subscription through your cable provider. (more…)