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4 Notable Announcements From Google I/O 2017

By Kachi Ojieh Thursday, May 18, 2017
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Google simply wrapped up its I/O 2017 keynote, Google CEO Sundar Pichai gave insight of what Android, Google Assistant, Google Home, virtual reality, and other products have in stock in the nearby future for users across the world. Here are 4 notable announcements from I/O conference.

1.Android Now Has More Than 2 Billion Monthly Active Devices


Sundar Pichai uncovered at the keynote's beginning that the number of active Android gadgets now surpasses 2 billion. The breakthrough includes smartphones, tablets, Android Wear gadgets, Android TVs, and other gadgets running the Android operating system.



2.Google Assistant can see and comprehend your general surroundings


Your smartphone camera can now help Google Assistant to examine your general surroundings.

Utilizing an innovation the organization calls Google Lens, the Assistant will interpret your environment and show appropriate information on your screen. The following will happen when your smartphone is pointed or aimed directly on an object:

- Pointing your smartphone at a restaurant reveals its rating

- Aiming your smartphone at a Flower enables it to identify the specie

- Focusing your Lens at Wi-Fi login details enables your Android phone to log on to that particular network


3.Google Assistant Now Available on iPhone


Google Assistant is fast growing as the App is now available on iPhone. Google Assistant will be a standalone application on iPhone and iPad.


Good news! You can now download Google Assistant in the App Store.

If you have not heard of Siri, here is a chance:
According to webopedia.com “Siri is a built-in intelligent assistant that enables users of Apple iPhone 4S and later and newer iPad and iPod Touch devices to speak natural language voice commands in order to operate the mobile device and its apps.”

Siri’s current version is placed lower than Google Assistant as the latter is rated a more capable voice assistant. Due to third-party integrations available in Google Assistant, it gives users a chance to ask more intricate queries.



4.Android O beta is now available


Android O beta image
Android O beta has been available for a couple of months as a developer preview, now everyone have access to the upcoming variant of Android. Android O Beta begins its delivery today, so if you are interested go to Android beta home to enroll and get a firsthand experience for yourself.
Google I/O 2017 image
Google simply wrapped up its I/O 2017 keynote, Google CEO Sundar Pichai gave insight of what Android, Google Assistant, Google Home, virtual reality, and other products have in stock in the nearby future for users across the world. Here are 4 notable announcements from I/O conference.

1.Android Now Has More Than 2 Billion Monthly Active Devices


Sundar Pichai uncovered at the keynote's beginning that the number of active Android gadgets now surpasses 2 billion. The breakthrough includes smartphones, tablets, Android Wear gadgets, Android TVs, and other gadgets running the Android operating system.



2.Google Assistant can see and comprehend your general surroundings


Your smartphone camera can now help Google Assistant to examine your general surroundings.

Utilizing an innovation the organization calls Google Lens, the Assistant will interpret your environment and show appropriate information on your screen. The following will happen when your smartphone is pointed or aimed directly on an object:

- Pointing your smartphone at a restaurant reveals its rating

- Aiming your smartphone at a Flower enables it to identify the specie

- Focusing your Lens at Wi-Fi login details enables your Android phone to log on to that particular network


3.Google Assistant Now Available on iPhone


Google Assistant is fast growing as the App is now available on iPhone. Google Assistant will be a standalone application on iPhone and iPad.


Good news! You can now download Google Assistant in the App Store.

If you have not heard of Siri, here is a chance:
According to webopedia.com “Siri is a built-in intelligent assistant that enables users of Apple iPhone 4S and later and newer iPad and iPod Touch devices to speak natural language voice commands in order to operate the mobile device and its apps.”

Siri’s current version is placed lower than Google Assistant as the latter is rated a more capable voice assistant. Due to third-party integrations available in Google Assistant, it gives users a chance to ask more intricate queries.



4.Android O beta is now available


Android O beta image
Android O beta has been available for a couple of months as a developer preview, now everyone have access to the upcoming variant of Android. Android O Beta begins its delivery today, so if you are interested go to Android beta home to enroll and get a firsthand experience for yourself.

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"Tech Is Before Anything Else since 2017". Kachi Ojieh is the CEO and Founder of Tech Is Bae. An enthusiastic blogger with the heart to unify all tech lovers across the globe. Currently working to make sure readers keep coming back for more.

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