Today at Google I/O 2015, Google announced Android M, bringing with it two new exciting features, USB Type-C and Doze mode, which will help with battery life efficiency.
If you have kids, you are always wondering exactly whether they are accessing age-appropriate apps from the Play Store, and it looks like Google has heard your requests for a family-friendly experience. During today’s keynote speech at Google I/O 2015, it was announced that a Family button is being introduced to Movies & TV, Games, and Apps sections. Read more
If you thought Google Now as already impressive, it’s getting even better. Today during the keynote at Google I/O 2015, the company unveiled a powerful new feature for Google Now, which will let the digital assistant see what is happening on your screen and take automatic actions based on that information.
Google is announcing many new things at I/O 2015 such as Android Pay, HBO NOW‘s imminent arrival on Android and Chromecast and statistics such as how many Chromecast customers it has. But, if you are the owner of a Nexus 5/6/9 or Nexus Player device, there’s probably only thing you are truly interested in hearing – whether there will be a developer preview build available for Android M.
One of the big things we’ve expected to hear about at Google I/O 2015 has been Android Pay, Google’s replacement for Google Wallet, that will provide a more robust competitor to Apple Pay. As you would hope, Android Pay will enable you to pay for goods and services in shops with your Android smartphone.
The keynote speech is underway at Google I/i 2015, and one of the first things that Google’s SVP, Sundar Pichai, announced was that Apple’s exclusivity deal with HBO NOW is coming to an end.
The Google I/O 2015 keynote event may have just begun, but here we have one of the first announcements, thanks to the Google Developers Twitter account.
If you’ve been using the beta version of Chrome for Android, then like me, you’re used to seeing the ‘touch to search’ option appear whenever you highlight some text to copy & paste. If you’ve been content using the stable channel of the Chrome for Android browser however, you’ll be happy to find out that this ‘Touch to Search’ feature is present in the latest version that is rolling out, Chrome 43.