I/O successfully displayed Google's feats in innovative approaches to common problems. I/O was very much Google: the large 180 degree panoramic display across the hall, the bright colours and of course, the material design.
This I/O, we saw:
- Android M, the successor to L
- Awesome Tap to Google Now features
- The all new Photos app, making storing and sharing photos a breeze
- Google's approach to Internet of Things with Brillo and Weave
- An updated Cardboard VR headset, along with Expedition and Jump to make VR more useful
- Updates on Android Wear, Android Auto, Project Loon, and Self-driving cars
- Improvements for Developers.
Anyways, this is just the beginning of a long story. Lots more on Google I/O coming in the upcoming days on Technonerds!
I/O in brief: