Google is going to hold an annual developers conference, Google I/O. This year, Google I/O event is taking place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from May 10 to 11.
For those actually attending the annual event, Google has released the updated version of Google I/O app (v0.15) for Android, which is an extremely helpful tool to monitor sessions and fireside chats. The app provides a digital copy of the summaries, schedules of keynote speeches, a conference map to provide all the happenings, “real time activity system”, information about the companies in the “Developer Sandbox”, times of presentations, and a spot to take notes during sessions.
With the real time Twitter feed, you can keep up to date on the reaction to news from inside and outside the conference. This time, the app has gone through a redesign to support Honeycomb devices to take advantage of the extra screen real estate.
Interested folks now can download the Google I/O App here at Android Market (hit the link) for Free. The app is weighing at the size of 730k. But be reminded, you’ll need Android 2.1 or higher versions to install Google I/O 2011.
[Source: Android Market]