Google I/O is not exactly a month away, however, the schedule is still in motion. The initial rundown of introductions and sessions was declared late last month, but at this point, a lot more sessions have been added to the rundown, including discusses Android Q and Chrome OS.
For Chrome OS, there’s an Adapting Android Games Beyond the Phone session planned for May 7th at 6 pm, which intends to enable developers to get their Android games running on Chrome OS. There are also occasions about using the Linux system on Chromebooks and audio programming on Chrome OS.
On the point of Android Q, are currently sessions for working with Android Q’s new privacy requirements, changes to system performance in Q, and designing dark themes for Material apps. The occasion descriptions don’t uncover anything of premium, however, ideally we’ll get familiar with the Android Q during the talks.
- Google Likely to Empower Call Screen On Android One Phones By Motorola and Nokia
- Chrome 75 Dev Brings Support To Linux Applications
- Android Q Help 3D Touch like Pressure Sensitive Actions
At last, three more fireside visits have been included. There’s one with Geoffrey Hinton (a deep learning engineer at Google), one with Google SVP Hiroshi Lockheimer, and one with the Google X division. I/O 2019 is turning out to be an energized occasion!