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Google I/O in under 7 minutes - Android L, Android Wear, Android Auto, Android TV

Google I/O 2014 is underway and so far they've already announced a whole bunch of stuff. You don't want to miss our 7 minute rundown of the event!
June 25, 2014
The famed Google I/O keynote speech is over and now it’s time for us to get excited about everything that’s about to happen. If you missed the keynote speech, or you don’t want to sit through the nearly three hour presentation, then check out our video where we break it down in under seven minutes.

Android L

Google I/O 2014
Some of the features announced in Android L include:

Android Wear

Google I/O 2014 - Android Wear
Some of the features announced in Android Wear include:

  • Specifically designed for round or square watch faces.
  • Order a pizza in under 20 seconds using Android Wear!
  • Apps and notifications sync flawlessly from phone or tablet to the watch and back.
  • Lots of voice control.
  • LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live will be out today!

Android Auto

Android Auto Google I/O
Some of the features announced in Android Auto include:

  • Voice control nearly everywhere.
  • Overlay notifications.
  • 25 car brands working with Google and some Android Auto cars should be released this year!

Android TV

Android TV Google I/O 2014
Some of the features announced in Android TV include:

  • Apps and games support.
  • TV tuner, cable TV, etc supported.
  • Game pad support.
  • Voice search that searches for titles, celebrities (and stuff that they’ve done), and recommendations based on your likes. You can even search obscure stuff like “movies that won an Oscar in 2002.”
  • TVs and set top boxes from LG, Samsung, Razer, and more coming later this year.


Google I/O 2014
Here are some new Chromecast features announced:

Chrome OS

Google I/O 2014
New Chrome OS stuff includes:

Google Cloud

Google I/O 2014
A little bit about Google Cloud:

  • Vastly improved analytics.
  • Improved developer console.
  • Improved integration and support.


Google I/O
And here are some application things announced:

Wrap up

What are your thoughts on the whole thing? Are you excited about all the new stuff that’s about to happen? Were there any disappointments? It’s going to be an exciting year in the world of Google and make sure you stay tuned to Android Authority because we’ll be covering all of it!