Google I/O 2013 Keynote

Google I/O 2013 Keynote, the developer conference of Google, was held at San Francisco, California. The event was interesting and fun, and Google announced some amazing features. People from all over the world gathered to the hall and there was a WebCast live on youtube. Let’s take a look.

  • Google announced 900 million activations, 48 billion apps downloaded.
  • Google Now: A voice assistant, understanding all voices and accents.
  • Android Studio: a new IDE built just for Android Developers.
  • Google announces 41 new Google+ features.
  • Google announces Hangouts, a cross-platform messaging service for iOS, Android & Chrome.
  • Google unveils new Google Maps for desktop with unified imagery, new interface, live 3D and more.
  • Google unveils Web-based interface development for Android.


The biggest disappointment for all users and developers was that there was no sign of Android 5.0 – Key lime Pie and Google Glass. 

Watch the Google I/O here:

Note: The conference starts from 6:30 in the video.

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