Google today teased an overview of what the Android team would potentially present at the developer conference with less than 48 hours until I/O 2022.
Which update on May 11–12 are you most anticipating seeing according to the Android account on Twitter today, asked ? There were four possibilities:
Updates to messaging and security Updates Across Devices New Collaborations The current front-runner, Cross-Device Updates, pays homage to the Better Together announcements made at CES 2022 in January. This included adding Fast Pair and Nearby Share to Windows PCs as well as enabling Wear OS to unlock your Chromebook, Android phone, or tablet. Google may use I/O to announce launch information or new integrations.
With Google Messages, the Phone dialer app, and Duo finally being in charge under Android boss Hiroshi Lockheimer, Messaging Updates comes in second. This follows Google’s announcement in March that the default SMS/RCS client for Android is receiving or has received: Emoji replies from the iPhone, Google Photos integration, classifications, and nudges are all displayed.
Every Android version always revolves around security updates and privacy, while new partnerships are pretty intriguing. Although there aren’t many new OEMs, it might be talking about arrangements for apps and services.
The Material Design team tweeted something similar today. Roboto Flex was previously revealed last week, and an update to Material You is undoubtedly in the works.
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