If you has taken a day off during Google IO 2013, you are bound to receive potful updates from Google IO. Right from Social Media activities to Blogging, each one had anxiety attack on Google’s each update during IO 2013. A three hour keynote presentation by Google with plenty of announcements and no effective way to read it all. So after plenty of research, we brings upon Top 6 Announcement from Io 2013 conference :
Android Development Made Easy
The company announced a new IDE that’s built with the needs of Android developers in mind. It’s called Android Studio, it’s free, and it’s available now for you to try as an early access preview.
To develop Android Studio, Google Incorporated with JetBrains, creators of one of the most advanced Java IDEs available today. In case you wish to check out the Android Studio Demo, click here. Not just on the IDE front but Google announced a whole group of new features to enhance the Android development process. Some of the noted features include , a translation tool to localize your apps, Beta Testing Staged Roll-outs, and more.
Google Play and Services - Bigger, Better and Smarter
Google has revamped its Play Store to help users discover the content they seek with ease. They have announced feature to highlights apps specifically for tablets.Music on Google has also been given a new lease on life with All Access. Story doesn’t just end here.
Google is starting a games services on its Play Store that allows developers to add achievements, social and public leader boards cloud saving, and real-time multi-player which is going to gear up gamer from around the world. Google also released Google Play For Education - A version of the Play store that is aimed and curated for young kids.
Google Search – Talk to me
No company really competes with Google regards to the search dominance and this dominant search platform is the cash engine that funds its side projects of Google.
Google is adding voice-activated search to its Chrome browser, allowing people in audible distance of a computer’s microphone to start a search by saying, “OK Google,” out loud followed by their terms. Google also is rolling out a few more Google Now cards, including ones that provide updates on music and movies with reminder services to Google Now.
Samsung Galaxy S4 with stock Android
Google announced it will be offering a version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 on Google Play with stock Android. This combination of leading specs and the most advanced Android software will ensure updates to it’s users from time to time.
The device runs on both T-Mobile and AT&T’s LTE networks and comes with 16GB of storage. The handset will go on sale, directly from Google, for $649 this 26th June 2013.
Google+ Hangout App
Google has revealed a new dedicated Hangout app. Hangouts, the cross-platform video-chat service embedded in Google+ and Gmail.
You could communicate with people via text, photo-sharing and live video too.