Google 2019 I/O Developers Conference, the event where the tech giant reveals its new products, services and discuss what new they are bringing out for the Android app developers and users, kicked off at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California on May 7th, 2019.
However, the third beta, unlike the first two beta versions, will not be limited to Pixel devices. Firstly, it will be installable on 21 different smartphones from 12 distinct OEMs and Secondly, will offer us the opportunity to try varied Android Q features, such as:-
- Native support for foldable devices and 5G network
- System-wide Smart Reply
- Native Dark Mode
- Option to Apply Security Patches without Rebooting the device
- Ability to Manually Push App Updates installed on the users’ devices.
- Focus mode to prevent some apps to send notifications for a certain time interval.
- Extended support for system-level biometrics and passive authentication methods.
1. Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL
As hinted already by the rumors, Google 2019 announced the introduction of two nimble versions of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, i.e, Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL.
2. Flutter on Web
Some time ago Google released the technical preview of Flutter for the web at the conference. However, they also shared that their UI development framework will let the developers create highly interactive and graphically rich content applications for different platforms and even Google’s smart reply platforms such as Google Home Hub.
3. Google Lens
Google Lens has come up with a new update. hence, it will help you gain information about the other elements in the same environment, or in other words, ‘non-focused’ text as well. After that, this feature update, as per the team, will be rolled out by the end of this month.
4. Google Duplex
Google Duplex, the technology that took the world by storm during I/O 2018 conference by enhancing the Assistant’s capability of making phone calls on its own.
5. Google Firebase
Firebase, Google’s own mobile and web development platform that has already received around 100 improvements in the past six months, has been announced to get more changes at I/O 2019 event because of this there are some changes in it.
6. Google Assistant
The team has introduced various computational models similarly it will cut down the need to keep the digital assistant connected to the Internet to perform any task, however, you will be able to use it offline.
7. Live Caption
Because of this feature will translate the video or audio content in real-time and enable you to catch the information shared easily.
8. Live Relay
Live Relay is will enhance the lives of differently abled people. In other words, the feature will make it possible for users to type in their responses and retrieve the replies from the person on the other side while having a call.
In ADDITION of Above all the point there are some minor updates in it. few of them are:-
1. Better Privacy Controls
Considering the growing privacy and security concerns, Similarly, Google has also unveiled several new options to provide more privacy controls to the users. .
2. Google 2019 Nest Hub Max
This device, which will be much like Amazon Echo Show, hence, this will aid users to make Google Duo video calls because of this users can perform various AI-powered tricks on a bigger display.
3. Federated Learning
This feature will foster the idea of training a global Machine Learning model altogether without centralizing the data.
4. Digital Wellbeing Update
This feature came into the air last year, & come with new features. Therefore, will now allow you to set daily screen time limits and look into what apps have been downloaded.
5. Google Home Update
Google Devices have an update that will let users stop alarms and timers by saying, “Stop”. In other words, you will no longer have to rely on Google’s wake phrase to get the attention of the gadget.