Yesterday, we asked Google a series of questions that weren’t answered to our satisfaction at Google I/O’s keynote. But we’re not completely negative Nellies here at Pocketnow. But while that list of questions is pretty long, the list of great things coming out of Google I/O thus far is pretty great in and of itself. So, to balance the negative with the positive, here are nice things from Google I/O that have impressed us here at Pocketnow.Split screen
It has been asked for for years. Samsung has been doing it, first on the Note, then on the S-series of phones. So [...]
Google’s keynote is over and we are left with a whole heap of newness to revel in. We have new features in Android N, Android VR/Daydream, Instant Apps, new messaging apps, Android Wear 2.0, boy oh boy! Good times are ahead folks. But as the announcements rolled out, I was left with a few nagging questions about some of what we saw.Why can’t you name your own damn product?
After months of speculation and thought. After website polls and scouring of recipe books from sea to shining sea, Google finally reveals…nothing…about what that darn “N” stands for. Instead, it’s [...]
“What if you could run any app with one tap?”
Just like on the web and just like with installed apps, you may soon be able to get into an Android app … without installing it! It’s what we saw with Android Instant Apps at Google I/O.
Android’s engineers are working on making sure that you can hit a URL and, if it can connect to an Android app, the Google Play Store can download only the code necessary to show off the content you need. Be it a videos module or a text article module, you can access that part of the app, just like as you would [...]