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Google I/O 2021 is happening virtually from May 18 to May 20

08 April 2021 0

Google I/O developers conference is happening this year but as a virtual event. It will take place from May 18 to May 20 as a digital-only event only and free for everyone. Anyone can register for the event and attend their keynotes and workshops during this period.

This year, Google I/O is free - even the content that needs to be reserved - making the experience inclusive and accessible for everyone.

Last year’s Google I/O event got completely scrapped off due to the uptick of the COVID-19 pandemic. The giant perhaps didn’t even conduct an online event back then Well, now, the event is happening this year, even though it will not be an in-person event where, otherwise, many developers come together and enjoy the two-day occasion.

Users can register themselves for instructor-led Q&A sessions and Google product experts will conduct AMA based on them.

And, Google has put up a puzzle on its events page, so that you stay engaged until you tune into the event.

Google I/O conference is a developer-focused event where Google makes around new APIs, changes, and latest updates to its Android Operating System. So, while the event is meant for the developers, Google still introduces new things for its users. The new “things” can be new product releases, insights from Google experts on the new Android OS, and more, as Google puts up.

It is currently unknown, however, what Google has planned this time for the users, or what changes it has compiled for developers so that they could apply to their apps for the users.


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