This year’s Google I/O developer conference had one of the most storied keynotes of all time, but not all due to what products and projects that were announced.
The major buzz about this week’s keynote was the incredible Google Project Glass demo that involved a live google hangout while skydiving over the Masconi center in San Francisco and biking and repelling into the keynote itself all in one “relayish” motion:
Chrome on iPad & iPhone
Google Chrome for iOS has been released and it isn’t bad! Unlike another App the other App they released at the same time, but first…
When you fire up the App you have the option of a tour and have a chance to get familiar with the way you can swipe through tabs, access recent pages and bookmarks synched across all devices that have the Chrome Browser. See more below:
Google Drive on iOS
Don’t get me wrong, I love Google Drive on my Mac & PC’s, but with current version of the App you cannot edit files, only view listen and watch.
See more here:
Google’s New Tablet ‘Nexus 7’
Priced to kill…the Kindle Fire ($199 US), this is a Powerful Homegrown Google tablet that avoids all of the bloatware or extra UI overlays of many other Android devices.
Check out this great review by The Verge.
YouTube Comedy Channel
Google is launching a Comedy Chanel as part of Google and YouTube’s original programming initiative. It will kick it all off with web series such as “You’re An A-Hole,” “Behind the Heckle,” “Jokes Through The Ages,” and “Funny Cause It’s True.”
Big names in comedy like Louis C.K. (my personal favorite), Aziz Ansari and Jim Gaffigan have also provided previews and directors’ cuts for their comedy specials.
Google I/O entire keynote
Watch the entire keynote here to learn more about all the Googles goodness revealed: