This year’s Google 2-3 day annual developer conference – Google I/O, held from Tuesday, May 8 to Thursday, May 10, 2018, at Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, California, United States.
Fun-fact: “I/O” stands for input/output, as well as the slogan “Innovation in the Open”.
The Conference which is now in its 10th year, saw announcements range from a much-improved (but albeit, controversial?) Google Assistant – Duplex, a second developer preview of the next Android OS – Android P Beta, changes in Gmail and improvements to Google’s self-driving car, Waymo.
We acknowledge that the I/O tickets are relatively expensive ($1,150 for General Admission) for the non-developer who likes to be in the know. Also, we are aware that there are a lot of blogging sites that offer a full coverage of the conference, many of which might bore you. Therefore, we decided to strip down our recap into the things we believe almost everyone can relate to, perhaps, because they use them daily.
Instead of starting with the much talked about Google Duplex we will talk about the changes in Gmail app.
“Smart compose” in GMail
This year, I actively started using “Smart reply” while using my Gmail mobile app. So, seeing a “Smart compose” Click here to read entire article
Source:: Tech city NG