Google holds a lot of live events, press conferences, Office Hours, and live Hangouts on Air. Keeping track of the vast amount of content coming from Google would prove to be an impossible task for nearly all of Google’s fans and those developing on the Google platform. Thankfully, Google’s latest tool aims to bring much needed organization into the picture with Google Developers Live.
The Google Developers Live website is more or less a TV Guide for all past and present Google events. You can browse through current live streaming events or search for past shows. You can narrow down your search by selecting one of the seven categories (Ads, Android, Chrome, Cloud, IO, Google+, Maps) or you can browse month to month by the large calendar located at the bottom of the page.
With Google I/O 2012 just around the corner, the Developers Live site is going to be a great way to keep track of and watch live streaming content for those of us unable to attend the event. However, if you are able to attend the event next week in San Francisco, Google has also released the latest version of the Google I/O Android app.
The Google I/O 2012 app is much more than a simple scheduling and agenda app. If you’re a fan of Google+, you’ll love the integration from this year’s app. You’ll be able to view the Google+ profiles of speakers, +1 sessions, and participate in public #io2012 conversations. If you want to re-watch a session or watch one you missed, you’ll be able to play back I/O sessions on Android 3.0+ devices. If you have a newer device running Android 4.0, you’ll be able to sync your I/O calendar and beam session details from one NFC enabled device to another.
Get it while it’s hot at the Play Store: Google I/O 2012.