Google’s annual I/O Conference was really awesome but I liked their day 2 announcement more than day 1, So I have presented some highlight announcement of Google in its I/O Day 2.
Now Google Chrome browser is available for iOS:
Google have announced that their chrome browser is going to available on iPhone and iPad at Google I/O annual Conference day 2.
And Google Chrome for iOS will feature and i think it will will be going to be more advance for Chrome’s existing users and now they’ll be able to use chrome with their iOS devices.
Sync allows people to share their browsers settings across multiple devices when they’re signed in using their Google credentials. This means that if tabs you have opened on your computer can be accessed when you are in the Chrome browser on your smartphone.
Google Drive is available for iOS and Chrome OS:
Google has just announced that, their Drive is now available for both iOS and Chrome OS, this was announced by Google at Google I/O Developer Conference day 2 in San Francisco.
Drive service, which lets people store and share documents, will now work on iOS devices as well.
Now Status of Google Docs is offline:
Google has just announced that their Docs services is now goes offline, its a simple word-processing program similar to Microsoft’s word document but owned by Google.
Like, We all know that Google Docs is a web based doc program but now after the announcement of Google, it will be also live in offline status.
And people will now be able to work in Google Docs on airplanes and other places where a Web connection may not be available.
Google said that, they”ll be going to change the status of their other docs services from on to offline like Google Presentations and Spreadsheets .
Google Chromebook available in Best Buy Stores:
Google have recently announced that their Chromebook is now available in Best Buy Stores in the U.S. and Dixon’s in the U.K. According to company on this report “Speed is integral to the Chrome experience. The new Chromebook and Chromebox, based on Intel Core processors, are nearly three times as fast as the first-generation Chromebooks.
Google’s Compute Engine will be tough for Amazon:
Google will going to launch its own “Compute Engine” that will be fight with other services providers like Amazon and Rackspace.
According to sources, Google claims that its product is 50% cheaper than competing products. It was very much expected that the company was going to launch this service, to fight back against offerings from Microsoft, Amazon, Rackspace and others.