Google officials conducted a hefty 3hr Google I/O conference in order to give us the clear idea of their future releases and few other latest enhancements that they are launching. If you missed following the Google I/O 2013, don’t worry, I’ll just provide some of the interesting announcements that you shouldn’t miss.
#1. Android Studio
It’s a latest IDE developed with exciting interface just to help Android Developers. It’s an integrated developer’s environment and the name slightly reminds me it could have been taken from the Microsoft’s “Visual Studio” and Android Studio is developed to create friendly environment for the Developers which the Eclipse failed to provide. Android Studio will also be integrated with Cloud Messaging and it is going to be official place where Developers can Build new apps or update/edit the old applications.
#2. Cloud Saving Option for Gaming Lovers (Cross-Platform)
It is one of the most interesting features that you shouldn’t miss. This feature allows users to actually save the game’s progress on the Cloud and continue playing it on different devices.
#3. Google Play Music
Even launched the Music Streaming service for just $9.99/month and you have 30 days free trail (US only). The Songs in it will be updated based on the user preferences and you can just remove them from your list with just a swipe.
#4. Enhanced Google Plus Interface with 41+ New Features.
#5. 15GB of Completely Free Storage for full-size Images
Google Announced some of the interesting features related to your photos like Auto Backup Tool(backup upto 15GB), Auto Highlight(Selects best images from your uploads based on Smile, landmarks, etc.), Auto Enhance(smart editing automatically), Auto Awesome(converts your photos as Gifs and collages).
#6. The Latest Google Maps are loaded with real-time cloud and Universe view. I just simply loved them.
#7. Other Considerable features like Samsung’s Galaxy S4 (unlocked version) runes on Stock Android and you can buy it for just $649 on Google Play from June 26th, Google Play for Education, Hangouts (cross-platform) messaging service, Google Maps for iOS and Android and more.
These are some of the best things that you need know about if you missed, following the Live Google I/O 2013.