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 6 Of The Most Exciting Google I/O 2013 Announcements

6 Of The Most Exciting Google I/O 2013 Announcements

Yesterday we had the pleasure to watch Google’s I/O keynote presentation live via YouTube. During the three hour long keynote, Google has shown a lot of interesting new features of its existing products and announced some new products, most of which are for developers. Unfortunate for the “regular” consumers, we haven’t seen any new cool devices or a new version of Android, in spite of all the rumors. Nevertheless, we have created a small graphic with 6 of the most exciting Google announcements (in a sleek Google Now-like design). google i/o 2013 announcements google now style Feel free to share this graphic on your own blog or website using the code below:

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  How do you feel about Google’s latest announcements? Did you miss anything Google should have addressed? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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7 thoughts on “6 Of The Most Exciting Google I/O 2013 Announcements


I like the improved speech search, but I always feel a bit ridiculous talking to a computer.
I like the new google music thing and have been playing around with it.


I think speech search is amazing for smartphones. Especially if you just have to press a button on your headset and ask Google a question. How about that?


It’s cool, but I fee weird talking aloud to an inanimate object. 🙂

Tomas Samotsays:

Ha… search is only good for english..and maybe russian…rest of the languages suck. so shitty feature.

Alexandros Iliopoulossays:

I think you forgot the new IDE 🙂

Anthony Tumiwasays:

how to access Google Play Game services?


Hey Anthony, Google Play Game Services is for developers. They will use them in their games, which you can download from the Play Store itself.

From Google’s dev blog:
“Several great Android games are already using these new game services, including World of Goo,Super Stickman Golf 2, Beach Buggy Blitz, Kingdom Rush, Eternity Warriors 2, and Osmos.”


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