Google’s big event, Google I/O 2015, is just around the corner. Here is what you can expect from the news tonight and tomorrow.
When Google’s annual i/o event kicks off this evening, and tomorrow will be it with over 40 different sessions, which will bring more exciting news with it.
Up for the event have more rumors spread-some more likely than others. Here at fall rope gives we therefore 6 bid on what we think it says on the program the next two days.
Sneak peek at the next Android M version
One thing that is certain is that a new version of the Android sees the light of day. It is now a year since Google by last year’s Google i/o published a sneak peek at “Android L”, as two months later got the name Lollipop.
Google i/o 2015 you also get a new Android version to see which until now goes under the name “Android M”, but internally at Google called “Macadamia Nut Cookie”. Here you can expect even a sneak peak into the latest Nexus devices and see what is in store in the coming months.
The announcement of the Android M will probably already find place in the beginnings of the keynote from 18:30 in the evening, where, at a later session clock 22:00 will be told more in-depth about the news in the Android M.
Better battery life and less RAM usage
One of the news that we already know that Google will talk about when it comes to Android M, is an attempt to reduce battery and RAM usage.
Although Google last year tried to resolve precisely the same problem in the form of Project Volta, see goal yet to be achieved. Many owners of Android smartphones with Lollipop has been suffering with a so-called “memory leak” problem where RAM accumulate over time and slows down the system.
Others have also experienced that Google’s own “Google Play services”-baggrundsapp can swallow large amounts of power, because it continues to search for location data. It would therefore seem that a major area of focus for Google i/o will be to increase stability and better battery life.
Block permissions from apps
A long-awaited feature of Android also seems to find its way in version M. According to a rumor will Google make a big problem to life with the next version of Android, where you as a consumer will have to accept all requested permissions from apps or completely fail to install these.
The change in Android M will let you give complete control over what you want to give access to the app so that it no longer is an “all or nothing”-solution. The absolute latest rumor from Android Police point to a solution near Apple’s approach to apptilladelser, except that you must take a stand on all permissions by first opening an app and not continuously on iOS.
In addition to this, you can also manage all permissions for your installed apps in a special page, which you probably are going to find in the settings.
On Google I/O page shows a session called “ask for permission”. It is about that developers must convince consumers to say yes to permissions, which fits with the above rumor.
New Photos-app separately from Google +
In Android M, Google will introduce a new Photos-app as reported by Android Police, which is separated from Google’s social service, Google +. The app is designed completely from scratch with a simple and uncluttered design and an easy photo editor.
Google uses in the current Photos-app an algorithm to recognize objects such as animals, people, cars, food and all kinds of things during searches. The technology will be used to a greater extent in the next Photos app, where all images are categorized by what visually appears on them.
2 year guaranteed software updates
Google will under of yet another rumor from Android Police also make an effort to provide better support to its Nexus product line in the form of a guarantee of software updates.
In 2 years after the products have come on the market, Google will undertake to keep the software updated, while in 3 years after the launch date for the bundled software will be released security updates.
There is no guarantee that Google already presents plans for the guaranteed updates to Google I/O or if we first wait for the final release of the Android M in a few months.
Possible launch of new Moto 360-watch
A rumor also goes on, to Motorola in cooperation with Google chooses to launch 2nd generation of the smart Moto 360-watch, in spite of the fact that the company is no longer a part of Google after the sale to Chinese Lenovo.
It is already true, how the Agency is going to take it out, as Lenovo’s Director came to share a picture of a mass to the coming Moto urdele 360 lying around in a suitcase. Although he quickly deleted the image, were other even faster to save it – and from there it spread with lightning speed.
It is a certification of the Bluetooth connection in the Agency, which has triggered rumours that it is right around the corner and thus is an ideal product to present to this year’s Google i/o. Last year found their way to the same event 360 Moto, but where a few months beforehand, however, was presented by Motorola itself.
Many other news
Google i/o is not just about Android, but also all other services and products at Google. It counts, among other things, the Chrome browser, Maps-map service, Youtube and search engine.
The entire program for Google i/o, you can see on the official website, where a small handful of these will be streamed live on YouTube.
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