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Google’s 7th annual developer event known as “Google I/O” took place last month and it was bigger and better than ever before. It revealed not only important information for those who develop for Google’s platforms but also gave an insight into the directions Google is heading across the board.
The event was very exciting, particularly for Android fans and I am sure if you watched the main keynote you will have been on the edge of your seat.
However, not everyone saw the event and even for those who did it was an awful lot to take in. Luckily Google has produced an I/O highlights video which goes over some of the best bits in under two minutes. You can watch this below.
If that was not enough for you then you can also view all 73 sessions from the two days over at the Google I/O event page.
They have the keynote as well as the individual sessions on pretty much everything under the sun. From Android design, to building modules for Ara – it’s all there.
If you haven’t already seen any of the session we really recommend you check out those which are relevant to you especially if you are a developer. Even if you are not a developer, if you haven’t seen the keynote you really should – there was some pretty big stuff announced and it was really fun to watch.
So, what did you guys think of I/O this year? Did you watch any of it live? What was the most exciting announcement for you? Let us know along with anything else you have to say about the event in the comments below!