Had enough Jelly Bean, Kit Kat and Lollipop?
Because Google scheduled a close encounter for all app developers with its new Android mobile operating system at the upcoming I/O conference.
The conference is scheduled to take place from May 27 to May 29 and, as is tradition, Google will enchant Android app developers with sessions and workshops meant to help them get the hang of its new version of OS.
Two days booked of interesting sessions might seem like a handful, so developers will want to bring a recording device to make sure they don`t miss anything good.
After all, it is a fast paced business this one that they`re in, but Google promised that some of the workshops will be held in two separate sessions, so as to allow developers to take in all the information.
So, what is this new Android M?
While, we don`t have all the details, we can tell you for sure, that this new OS is meant to help you deal with those pesky office tasks easier and faster. So say your goodbyes to the Lollipop version of Android and get excited for the new experience!
The announcement of a new OS at a I/O conference is nothing new for the Google power-company since it did just that, when it launched the Lollipop version in 2014.
Sure, we all expect great things from the new version of Android, but the question that burns is: What does the M stand for?
I mean, naming mobile OS after delicious treats that make you drool is the trademark with which Google got us used to. So which one is it this time?!
But, back to the I/O conference, we have to admit that Google has a lot more going on than just the new Android version.
We`re talking about its Google Fit app session that will try to take on its rival Apple`s Health app and Google also promises new and refined notifications for the upcoming Android version.
For those of us, who always run out of battery during the day, Google created the session named “Battery Performance & Tooling” which plans on helping developers create apps that don`t completely murder your battery life.
And another interesting session will be about Android apps that can be accessed only through the voice of the user.
All in all, this is shaping up to be quite an interesting gathering, from which us, the users, will reap the most benefits.
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