Google I/O 2014 app now available at Google Play Store

Google I/O 2014 app now available at Google Play Store
You know that it's almost time for Google I/O, once the official app becomes available in the Google Play Store. With the conference taking place June 25th and 26th, the app is now available for you to download on your Android device. The Google I/O 2014 app is perfect for those who can't make it to the annual developer conference, and is also helpful for those who are attending. Streaming videos of some sessions will allow those off-site to feel as if they are actually in attendance at the Moscone Center.

If you're attending, you can set up reminders so that you won't miss any of the sessions that you want to see in person. You can also check Google+ for the quick social media feedback on any announcement made at the show. And with the app, those at the show can have Wi-Fi pre-configured for their device. Whether you're coming to San Francisco or not, video from prior years can be viewed from the video library. It's all free, and is optimized for Android phones and tablets of all "shapes and sizes".

This year, attendees could be lucky enough to snag for free the LG G Watch, the first device to feature the Android Wear platform. The Moto 360 smartwatch is also expected to be at the show, along with a third smartwatch from a mystery manufacturer.

source: GoogleI/O via MobileBurn


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