2019 Google I/0 what is expected.
What we should about Google I/0 (or) What is google I/O.
What is Google I/O ?:- It’s an every year work-shop for developer's where Google announces new hardware, software, and various updates for its existing apps and services.
When and where is Google I/O ? :-The event will be held on Tuesday, May 7, and ends on Thursday, May 9. It will take place at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California.
How to watch Google I/O ? :- As every year, Google will live stream its keynote. It will be embedded in youtube streaming or it will air the show this time
Are tickets still available ? :- Google uses a instant ballot system and selects random registered people among those who have registered on the company’s website. The lucky winners still have to pay for tickets, which cost $1,150 (general admission), $750 (community), and $375 (academic). Registration for the event has closed and Google has already notified selected person's via email, so tickets aren’t available anymore.
those who aren't able to travel and get to the event then here are the expected listings what are going to be introduced
Expected on google I/O
Features of android "Q" and a quick glance on final render of android "Q"at the event. Google has already released first and second developer previews of Android Q. Google generally uses its I/O conference to make the first public betas available.
The initial betas have given us a good peek already at Q. Android Q will: support vivid and different vibrant color's; smooth over sharing tool's; adjust notification clearing; ease Wi-Fi sharing via QR code; add a secret desktop ; add a native screen recorder ; change volume setting's functions; tweak Microphone settings; and much more.
Surely Google will provide more information about its gaming service, called Stadia. The company announced the cloud-based platform at the GDC gaming conference in March.
Stadia focuses on gamers, whether they be novices or experts. It is compatible with Chromecast Ultra and Chrome (the browser) on desktops, laptops, tablets, and phones. One of the hallmark features is the ability to switch from one device to another in just a few seconds. This will allow gamers to take their games with them wherever they go. Stadia even has its own controller.
Google’s Stadia will go head-to-head with Apple arcade once both services get off the ground.
These are some of the most interesting rumors and possible announcements for the upcoming Google I/O conference. We’ll update this post as soon as we hear more to keep you up to speed with all the latest.