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Google I/O 2014 is in Town: What Does it Have in Store for Developers

Google I/O – Mobile apps are the order of the day, and while the users across the globe are keenly lapping them up, there is no dearth of individuals and novice developers striving to create their first, perfect app.

The trends dictate that the last 5 years have seen a slew of mobile app developers bursting onto the scene, and the number is only going to swell further. The GoogleI/O has been instrumental in guiding them learn the process with a sense of structure. And with the latest Google I/O 2014, things have got a velvet touch to them. Read on to know how:

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Google IO-Design

  • Material Design: For facilitating user experience just like reputable Android App Development Companiesof the highest degree, Google I/O introduced us to the material designs that make use of the haptic surfaces and the catchy graphic designs. To this, they added fluid motion which further enhanced the visual appeal of the overall design.
  • L-release of Android: Introducing the material theme, Google brought in a new innovation by integrating the material design with Android. What this does is that it gives the developer the wherewithal to use shadows in the apps.
  • Integrating Material Design with Polymer: If you have been vying to have access to some of the most extravagant graphics and lively animations, and all of it with practicability via polymer.


  • New APIs: With a greater number of APIs to choose from, you have more room to create apps for the newer Android versions.
  • Google Play 5.0 is being launched and it has some great tools for developers to play around with.
  • Google Fit: Nowmaintaining the fitness data is all the more simpler which means you can deliver more focus on created bigger, better apps.
  • Google Cloud: Debugging and monitoring the applications is remarkable simple and precision driven with productivity tooling. Cloud Dataflow helps create data pipelines for easier management.
  • Android TV SDK: If you wish to give your users to play their games on their TV sets, then the Android TV SDK is just the thing you need. Wait till Asus, Razer and the likes of them bring to the market the amazing Android TV devices.
  • Google Cast SDK: A proficient Android App Developer console will let your users locate your products more easily when they are looking for the related products on Google Play and chromecast.
  • New Gmail API: The new Gmail API adds even more dynamism to the way users access their gmails. Navigation through inbox, drafts labels, etc. is made richer and simpler.

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4.Google IO-Distribute

Making the global app business more versatile: Google I/O has consistently aimed at making their solutions more scalable, which strikes the chord with a much larger band of audience across the globe. For developers, it helps them create more potential customers and convert them into buyers.

Google I/O has indeed brought new dimensions to the way apps can be created and marketed. It has helped developers deliver a greater value to the apps and create high power solutions that do not skimp on the basics. Test your code with their sandbox and see how it performs. Once you have the results, you can make them better.



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