Google showed us Android M at its I/O conference a couple of weeks ago, and we’ve been running the preview ever since. It isn’t without its faults, as is the case with just about every developer preview for every platform, but Android M is already leaps and bounds better than Lollipop. The performance, the stability improvements, the battery life… It’s frustrating that these are still issues in the current version of Android after Google has put so much emphasis on improving them over the past few years and the past few Android iterations. Lollipop has gained such a bad reputation from [...]
It’s that time of the year for Google to show us most of what it’ll innovate during the year with. Google I/O is the company’s developer conference, and it’s quite famous for its software and hardware launches as well. We’ve hear a ton of rumors of what the event might include, but we also have to commend Google for doing an amazon job at keeping its possible hardware a secret. Surely it can mean that there isn’t any, but it’s not like Google to just leave the show floor empty.
After going through some of our written thoughts on what to [...]