Do we need to tell you what Google IO is?
A developer festival this big and probably the biggest in the world needs no introduction. This year’s Google IO was held 8-10 May at Mountain View, California. Thousands of developers and tech geeks from around the globe got together to learn about latest developments and products from Google.
We came across some path-breaking updates which made everyone burst with excitement.
If you weren’t able to follow the event, no worries, here are the updates for you.
That's a wrap from #GoogleIO! Here's everything Google unveiled at its biggest conference of the year https://t.co/9XXZqM0dwU
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) May 8, 2018
Google is taking its predictive text features to the next level, this is Smart Compose, which autocomplete was your sentences as you type in Gmail #GoogleIO pic.twitter.com/6YjPsIPew6
— Karissa Bell (@karissabe) May 8, 2018
Google Photos getting new AI actions. Will offer one tap retouch options, convert documents into PDFs and turn old black and white photos into color. #GoogleIO18 pic.twitter.com/ASQwlHSaL6
— Rich DeMuro (@richdemuro) May 8, 2018
Pichai: clear tech can be positive force, but equally clear we can't be wide-eyed about innovation tech creates. real questions being raised about impact of advances and impact on our lives…path ahead needs to be navigated carefully and deliberately.#googleio18
— Ken Yeung (@thekenyeung) May 8, 2018
VERY deep dive into the new News app. Which is another way to underscore the theme "You can trust us. We promise that if we're hauled before Congress, it'll be only over antitrust stuff." #googleio18
— Andy Ihnatko (@Ihnatko) May 8, 2018
"UX isn't fonts or shades of blue, it's moments for your users"
Awesome talk about making better experiences with @_davideast#io18 #googleio18 #Firebase pic.twitter.com/wq7z6Ug1B8
— Derek J. Pastor (@DerekJonPastor) May 10, 2018
6 new voices are added to the google assistant with the goal to get the right accents and dialects correct and they are featuring the sexy cool John Legend…oh yeah!!! #GoogleIO #googleio18
— Lynette Anthony Hundermark (@LynetteAnthony) May 8, 2018
Miss Google's #io18 keynote yesterday? We have you covered 💪 And it's all under 5 minutes ⏰ pic.twitter.com/lfdxLxxLlz
— CNET (@CNET) May 9, 2018
The web is so much more powerful today, developers need to catch up! #io18 pic.twitter.com/IH49Wlyejp
— Ire Aderinokun (@ireaderinokun) May 9, 2018
Watch this brilliant demonstration of @google's AI-powered personal assistant have a "human-like" conversation with a real person, via @sundarpichai #io18 pic.twitter.com/tXykdPccbH
— Vala Afshar (@ValaAfshar) May 9, 2018
One of the new features I'm so excited about at #io18 this year – Motion Layout a subclass of ConstraintLayout allowing for easy animations 🤩😍 pic.twitter.com/8LpQiNbIHM
— Rebecca Franks (@riggaroo) May 10, 2018
What do you think about the latest developments on ‘Google Assistant’? Is it creepy that it would now be able to make calls for you or is it absolutely fantastic and a whole new level of evolution in the world of technology?
Let us know your thoughts.