With Google’ annual gathering right around the bend, we’re left suspecting what is going to come next. In spite of the fact that Google I/O is implied for developers, buyers can look to it for ideas they likely will see on their gadgets in a couple of months’ time.

So what are we going to get at I/O this year? Presumably nothing noteworthy, yet despite everything we’ll have loads of things to discuss.

Android M

Android m

Google’s Senior Vice President of Products the guy who overlooks everything we use Sundar Pichai will probably drop Android M on us, however not in a major way. We won’t get the official Android M assembled until the fall, when new Nexus gadgets are released.

The gossip encompassing Android M recommends it will be built for enterprise, and will have finger impression sensors. We’re additionally listening to some Google Now APIs will be made accessible to outsider applications in Android M. Actually all these things have a broader scope but you won’t get that feeling at first impression.

Google Cast


Many people area hoping that they will see a new Chromecast hardware in this year’s Google I/O. but the fact is Google have not changed a thing in Chromecast hardware since unveiling it nearly two years ago at a special event.

One of the main focus of Chromecast hardware is to bring games to big screen via Chromecast. This is something that only a more powerful hardware can support as compared to what we have now.

Material Design


The latest UI/UX standard of google Material Design is just amazing. Google is making sure that their developers follow these standards in order to make things much better. Google I/O has a lot of sessions with respect to Material Design, and the general scope is verifying designers are utilizing it legitimately. There’s even a breakout session on Material Design for Android Auto, and review sessions to verify an application is actualizing Material Design as Google plans.

Google I/O 2015