Google’s annual developers’ conference kicks off with an opening keynote next week, which means it’s absolutely not too early for the buzz surrounding the event to kick into high gear. It’s likely we’ll be seeing high-profile releases at the conference – such as of Android M – which means that you’ll want to be tuning into important parts of it from wherever you are. So if you’re attending the conference, or even just observing from afar, you’ll want to immediately download this official Google I/O 2015 app.

The app, just as in previous years, lets you stream key sessions (and most importantly, the keynote) while also allowing you to keep on top of your schedule for the conference’s various events held throughout the course of I/O. It includes a map of Moscone Center West, so you don’t find yourself lost in the massive structure, and there is a deep tie-in with social networks as well.

It’s free, as always, to download the I/O app. After the conference ends, Google will upload the source code of this year’s app separately – every year, the company enjoys utilizing the newest in Android developer abilities in creating the I/O app (last year, we saw a hint of Material Design in it before Android “L” even became official).

Source: Google Play
Via: PhoneArena

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