As, today we told you about 7 things we are expecting from Google at this IO 2016 and here are those 7 things from Google.
Google has announced various new things and products for users and developers from Wear 2.0 to Android Home and Firebase to Studio, respectively.
The list of the things that Google Revealed at IO 2016:
- Google Duo – Duo is a simple, fast one-to-one video calling app for everyone—whether you’re on Android or iOS, a fast or slow connection, in New York or New Delhi. Like Allo, Duo is based on your phone number, allowing you to reach anyone in your phonebook. And its simple interface fades away when you’re in a call, so it’s just the two of you.
- Google Allo – Allo, a smart messaging app supercharged with machine learning and Google’s new Google Assistant service (its answer to Google’s Alexa), giving users the ability not just to chat to each other with animated graphics and enlarging/shrinking text, but to call in Google (and later other third-party apps) to share media, plan events, buy things, and even think of what to say to each other.
- Google Home – Google Home is here to Rival of Amazon Echo at Google I/O 2016. This is the company’s answer to the online retailer’s Echo line that allows you to get a hand from Alexa with a range of different daily tasks. Google Home also works with Virtual Assistant which can take your voice commands and execute them.
- Google Assistant – Google Assistant is Google’s move to make its user experience an ongoing conversation. It’s a natural extension of Google Now, supporting continuous conversations that provide a new generation of search. THere lot more things that Google has done, now voice can search your query in noisy environment. Also it will provide in depth and incontext search results.
- Android Wear 2.0 – Android Wear 2.0 includes the features like Handwriting recognition and inbox style replies, Automatic activity tracking to enhance the Fitness related date and most importantly the Standalone App support.
- Daydream VR Platform – The Daydream kit is meant to bridge the gap between Cardboard and the more expensive stuff like HTC Vive and Oculus. The controller, for instance, allows for calls to action and navigation but it won’t give the full-on “squeeze and pick things up” that comes with the high-end stuff.
- Android N – Things Google explained