Google IO 2016 is going strong, but unless you are a developer, you probably don’t want to watch all the session videos. The keynote is all that matters to most of you, and that part of the developer convention has already concluded.
Did you miss the live stream? Don’t worry, Google has put the video online for your viewing pleasure. You can watch it right here:
The whole video lasts just a bit over 2 hours, so be sure to grab your popcorn if you want to go through all of it. Now, if you would rather let us tell you about specific announcements, here is some of our most important Google IO 2016 content so far.
Google IO 2016 coverage:
- Join us for the Google I/O 2016 live blog and live stream (from 10AM PT)
- Android N getting a beta-quality release later today (Update: rolling out now!)
- Google’s progress by the numbers: app installs, phones made and more
- Google Home officially announced, takes aim at Amazon Echo
- Google Daydream platform is Cardboard’s much more advanced successor
- Google unveils Assistant: a smarter, more conversational voice assistant
- Daydream VR reference unit showcased at Google I/O
- Google announces Allo, a feature-rich new messaging app
- Duo is Google’s new cross-platform video calling app
- Android Wear 2.0 launched: standalone apps, supercharged watch faces, and more
- Android TV and Google Cast coming to a bevy of new devices
- Family Library allows sharing Google Play Store purchases with other devices
What do you think of Google IO 2016, so far? Hit the comment to let us know which announcement you are most excited about. I am all about Google Home, which is pretty much Google’s response to the Amazon Echo.