Missed Google's I/O keynote? You can watch it here!

Missed Google's I/O keynote? You can watch it here!
Google held its I/O keynote yesterday and, of course, live-streamed it for the world to see. At the conference, the company announced the upcoming Android M update and its new features, among which the reworked permissions, context-savvy Google Now functions, and battery-saving Doze mode.

Of course, there were many other interesting tidbits that you may want to get some first-hand information on – HBO Now coming to Android TV, the upcoming features of Android Wear, the exciting combination between VR and YouTube Jump – a service that will allow you to virtually travel to a number of interesting locations worldwide. Other announcements include the new Google Photos app, which is now much more user-friendly and comes with unlimited storage for a lifetime of photos. Offline mode for Maps is about to get a whole lot better, too, as it will allow for searching and turn-by-turn navigation.

So, go ahead and check out the whole conference below. What new announcement is most exciting for you?

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