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Google I/O 2016 app is now available


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One of the most difficult parts of attending a conference is managing your time. There’s so much going on that unless you have a handy navigator or detailed plans ahead of time then you’re probably going to miss something you wish you would have seen. That’s why every year for Google I/O the search giant launches an updated version of the official I/O app, and this year’s version is now available.

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This app has everything you would expect from a conference navigation app. It brings you all the tools you need to stay connected to the subjects you’re interested in whether you’re participating digitally or physically attending in Mountain View, California. With this app, you can create personalized schedules to ensure that you hit every event that you want, maps so you never get lost, and social media trackers so you can keep up with public I/O-related conversations. Stream keynotes and sessions live if you can’t make them in person, and get reminders before they start. If you’re itching for content ahead of time, you can even use the app to revisit videos from previous years’ conferences. For those attending the event, the app will also help you get plugged into the conference’s wifi network.

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Google I/O will take place from May 18 to May 20, and you can be sure that Android Authority have boots on the ground to bring you direct coverage of everything that’s happening. Click the button below to grab this app from the Google Play Store, and let us know what you’re expecting from the conference in the comments below.

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Next: (UPDATE: EVENT MAP IS OUT) GOOGLE I/O 2016: OUR PREDICTIONS FOR GOOGLE’S BIG EVENT

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How to sync all your passwords using Google


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Passwords – none of us like them, but we must live with them if we want to keep our private information secure. It’s also a good idea to make safe passwords, which involves creating unique, hard-to-guess keys that no one will ever decipher.

Because passwords should be one-of-a-kind, it is paramount that you find a way to remember them all. And unless you have photographic memory (or use very few services), you will need a password managing tool.

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There are plenty of good ones out there; among the most popular are Dashlane, LastPass and 1Password. But here at Android Authority most of us live around the Google ecosystem, and the search giant does have its own solutions. These are not the most mature just yet, so they will require some patience, but they work well, stay secure and sync through your Google account.

The best part is that you can take advantage of Google’s password managing tools without downloading a thing. These services are integrated right into platforms like Android and Chrome. Want to learn more? Let’s dig right in.

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Chrome password manager

This feature has been around for a long time. Chrome can learn your passwords and sync across other devices using Google’s popular browser, as long as these are all signed into the same Google account.

Chrome now uses the same password list as Smart Lock for Passwords (which we will talk about soon), so there is no need to get confused with different lists. In addition, you can easily access your saved passwords at passwords.google.com.

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It’s super easy to operate. Simply save your passwords and they will be ready to go next time you access a specific website. This is done when you first enter login details and Chrome displays a dialogue box with the option to save your credentials. Just press save password when that box pops up, and you’re good to go.

The only issue used to be that it only worked with Chrome browsers. What about apps? Well, let’s get into that.

Smart Lock for Passwords

Chrome password managing tools work great, but Google needed to create something more integrated if they planned to keep up with the competition. This is why Smart Lock for Passwords was introduced at Google I/O 2015.

Smart Lock for Passwords will allow your device to automatically sign you in to compatible applications, as long as you’ve saved your login credentials with Chrome. For instance, if you save your Netflix password in Chrome, your device will automatically be able to log you into the Netflix for Android app. Pretty awesome, right?

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What makes Smart Lock for Passwords special is that it is no longer limited to a browser. On Android, it will also work with actual applications. There is a trick, though. Developers do have to add support for this feature before it works. Once they do, the magic starts happening.

To take advantage of Smart Lock for Passwords, simply head to Settings > Google > Smart Lock for Passwords on your Android device. Flip on “Smart Lock for Passwords” and “Auto sign-in”. You are set; next time you access a compatible app for which you have a password saved, you will be automatically signed in.

Simply use your Google account to sign in!

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Yes, you can do that. Of course, not every site will allow it, but pages can make it possible to sign into their services through your Google account. You have probably seen it around, along with Facebook and Twitter options.

Next time you see a button that says “Sign in with Google”, next to a Google+ sign, give it a go. It’s super easy and you don’t even need to create a whole account from scratch.

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Wrapping up

There you have it! Saving all of your passwords with Google may not be the most elegant solution in all cases, but it can be quite convenient at times. Is there any reason why you would pick a third party password manager? How could Google make its own services better? Hit the comments to let us know.

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Google Play Music podcasts coming April 18?


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So, all the way back in October 2015, Google announced that their all-around music streaming service Google Music would soon have podcast functionality. And then we heard literally nothing on the subject for half a year. Now it seems like this pipe dream is actually becoming a reality, as some sources are reporting that podcasts are coming to Google Music as early as this coming Monday.

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The way this news came out is that apparently Google released this embargoed information to staff members of NPR. Someone within NPR leaked the email, and Android Police announced that podcast capability would be arriving on the 18th. An excerpt from the email:

Google will launch podcasts on Android and other platforms next Monday, April 18, inside of Google Play Music, a streaming service similar to Apple Music. Please note: this information is embargoed and should not be shared or promoted externally until Monday. NPR has worked with Google to ensure that public radio is represented in the Google Play environment. Learn more about adding your station’s podcasts to this new platform.

So it looks like this is the real scoop. The news comes as a relief to users like myself who have found themselves listening to fewer podcasts than they would like after moving over to Google Play Music since the app historically hasn’t supported them natively. This update will probably be what finally gets me back into the second season of Serial.

What are your thought on Google Play Music receiving podcast capability? Does this not really affect you, or are you grateful to be able to move back to using one app for all your audio needs instead of splitting it between two? Let us know your take in the comments, and stay tuned to Android Authority for all the updates on your favorite apps.

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(Update: Lottery winners announced) Google I/O 2016: our early predictions for Google’s big event


Update: The Google I/O 2016 lottery results are going out, informing the lucky winners that they have been selected to attend. See below for details on the lottery and all the latest on the Android N developer preview.

Google’s annual developer conference is one of the most exclusive must-attend events on the Android calendar. It’s not always easy to get in, but if you can, it’s definitely worth it. I was lucky enough to go last year and got to meet Sundar Pichai and Larry Page for the effort. Rubbing shoulders with CEOs, engineers, developers and enthusiasts aside, though, what else can you expect from Google I/O 2016?

Google I/O 2016 dates and location

Back on January 12, freshly minted Google CEO Sundar Pichai tweeted the dates and location for Google I/O 2016: May 18-20 at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California. For those unfamiliar with the location, it’s a long way away from any hotels and doesn’t exactly feature great public transport options, sparking widespread speculation that it might have been chosen to provide Google the opportunity to show off its self-driving cars…

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How to get a Google I/O ticket

Once the Google I/O 2016 site went live you had a small window in which you could register your interest in attending. Registration ran from 9 AM PST on Tuesday, March 8 until 5 PM PST on Thursday, March 10. All you needed to do was hit the official Google I/O 2016 website, sign in with a Google account and complete the registration process. Once that was done you got a registration confirmation email, but that didn’t mean you had a ticket. No, you then had to wait for the results of the infamous Google I/O lottery to go out…

Google I/O lottery results

The Google I/O 2016 lottery results have been released, with the lucky winners being notified that they have been selected to attend. Winners will be contacted via email and given a link with which to complete the registration process within 24 hours. “Winners” of the lottery still have to pay $ 900 for a regular ticket or $ 300 for an academic ticket, but considering how difficult it is to get into I/O this is a small price to pay. Plus, you’ll get the infamous goodie bag to offset any feelings of buyer’s remorse. You’ll have until April 29 to refund your ticket if necessary, but why would you? If you go you’ll be able to hang out with myself, Josh Vergara, Lanh Nguyen and maybe even Sundar and Larry.

Google I/O 2016 app

The official Google I/O 2016 app isn’t in Google Play yet, but each year the old app gets replaced with the new one, so when the new one goes live you can grab it via the button below. The Google I/O app includes live streams for the keynote and major sessions, schedules, maps, reminders and some fun stuff.

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What to expect from Google I/O 2016

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More Android N

This one is a given, because Google announced a while back that annual developer previews of the next major Android release will be presented at each year’s I/O conference. However, 2016 is a little bit different, with the Android N developer preview making its first appearance more than two months ahead of Google I/O. The preview will receive monthly updates until July, when the finishing touches will be put on it for release in Q3, 2016 (that means by the end of September). This also means that the 2016 Nexuses will also arrive sometime in September. For a full breakdown of Android N features, hit the link below.

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Self-driving cars

Google announced at Google I/O 2015 that the first self-driving cars would be released on the streets of Mountain View in 2016. So what better time to demo what Google Auto is capable of than at Google I/O 2016? It may be a little far-fetched to expect Google to arrange transport for thousands of I/O attendees via its tiny autonomous vehicles, but the event will definitely give everyone the chance to take a ride in one. However, Google has recently advertised 36 jobs in the self-driving car project, so things are definitely gathering steam.

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The Google division in charge of self-driving cars formerly known as Google[x] – and now simply known as X – has recently received a new CEO who is, incidentally, a former Ford and Hyundai exec. We can expect to see John Krafcik take the stage with all the latest on Google’s autonomous vehicles and their expected commercial release in 2020. Considering the first official self-driving car accident has just occurred, you can expect that to come up as well… (and now there’s another self-driving car accident to discuss.)

Android Wear

A massive shake up of Android Wear is long overdue. The mobile platform came out early, moved sluggishly, and has now been surpassed by both Apple’s wearable platform and even Samsung’s Tizen OS. With multiple OEMs grumbling last year that if Google didn’t start pushing the wearable platform more aggressively they would consider developing their own, it’s now crunch time for Android Wear. I can’t tell you what will be announced, but I sure hope something significant is.

Project Ara

I was at the ATAP session last year and witnessed a fully functional Project Ara prototype get assembled on stage in seconds. The camera module was left out until the device had booted up, then it was inserted, runtime detected and working within seconds. Pretty impressive stuff. With the official trial of Project Ara being delayed until 2016 you know there will be some stage time dedicated to it. Unfortunately, we’ve seen no evidence that project Ara will be making an appearance at MWC 2016, although a bizarre 13.8-inch Project Ara tablet recently appeared on GFXBench.

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Android Auto

Yet again we’re expecting Android Auto to be front and center at I/O 2016. Android Auto is really starting to enter the mainstream and the first sub-$ 20,000 vehicle was just announced last week: the Hyundai Elantra. 2016 may well be the year that Android Auto stops being something only geeks talk about and starts being something everyone talks about. Considering Android Auto didn’t rate a mention at I/O 2015, it should definitely get some stage time this year. Let’s hope there’s lots more third-party apps coming.

Project Aura

Project Aura is Google Glass 2.0. At least it would be if the original Glass had ever gone anywhere other than the Explorer Edition. Aura is supposedly the Enterprise Edition that recently showed up in FCC documents, showing a slightly revised design with a hinge and larger prism. The consumer version of Glass may well be dead and buried now, but what final form Project Aura will take and when it will be available is anyone’s guess.

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Project Tango

The recently announced Project Tango smartphone from Google and Lenovo was shown off privately at MWC 2016, but we’re pretty sure it will also get some more advanced air time at I/O in advance of its summer shipping date. Depending on how far along the device is, it may even make its way into the 2016 I/O goodie bag for attendees. The official announcement of the Google/Lenovo partnership said the device would be available in “summer of 2016”.

Virtual reality

Following Google’s creation of a new virtual reality division called, creatively enough, Virtual Reality, a recent story from the Financial Times has Google baking Android VR into stock Android and producing a slightly higher-end Cardboard viewer made out of plastic that will work will all smartphones. Yet another report, this time from The Wall Street Journal, has Google making a new standalone VR headset that doesn’t require any smartphone, PC or games console to operate, with a chip sourced from a Dublin-based chip maker by the name of Movidius.

With all these stories appearing in major outlets, big things are clearly afoot at Google VR. Keep an eye out at I/O 2016 for the possibility of two new VR products, an Android VR announcement, more on 360 video, YouTube quality, Cardboard partnerships and Expeditions. Google may have been a little late to the VR game, but at this rate, Facebook and Oculus are about to get some pretty serious competition in 2016.

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Chrome OS

I actually don’t think there will be any major Chrome OS announcement at I/O 2016, unless they are related to the arrival of Material Design. Despite the recent rumor that Chrome OS would be folded into Android, Google officially denied the claim. Furthermore, Google’s SVP of Android, Chrome OS and Chromecast, Hiroshi Lockheimer, has assured everyone that there will be a range of new Chromebooks in 2016, but we probably won’t see them until Nexus time. However, we will probably see some kind of Chrome OS integration demoed in Android N.

Project Fi

Considering Google’s excellent carrier-switching Project Fi is still only available for Nexus users, Google I/O 2016 would be a great time to announce the service is available for more smartphone owners. We can’t say we’ve seen any evidence of this ourselves, but there are a few rumors pointing to this possibility. If you know something we don’t feel free to share your evidence in the comments below.

There’s also sure to be more on Nest, GoogleOn and smart home integration, the Internet of Things generally and project Brillo specifically, and maybe even something about a commercial application for Project Soli’s radar sensor for wearables.

What do you expect to see at Google I/O 2016? Will you be there?

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Google is finally shutting down Picasa


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I think we all knew this would happen eventually, and the day is finally here – Google has just announced that it will soon retire Picasa. For those unfamiliar, Picasa is a photo-sharing and storing website that’s been in Google’s lineup since 2004. Ultimately, Google stopped rolling out any notable updates to the service, so it was only a matter of time until the photo website was shut down.

So what are Picasa users to do now that their photo service is getting shut down? Google is unsurprisingly telling folks to move over to Google Photos, the company’s new-and-improved photo service. The idea here is for Google to focus on one service that works across both mobile and desktop, rather than split its efforts across two different products. If you happen to have photos or videos stored away in a Picasa Web Album, Google says all of your media will already be available in Google Photos. Once you access Google Photos, you’ll be able to share, download and organize all of your media in one location. For those who aren’t keen on using Photos but would still like to view tags, captions and comments, Google will be creating a new place for you to access your Picasa Web Albums data. You’ll still be able to view, download and delete your albums, you just won’t be able to create, organize or edit your albums. Google Photos can do all of these things, so you might want to think about giving it a try if you’re on the fence.

This is all happening very soon, but not today. Google will start rolling out the changes on May 1st, 2016.

The company also says it will stop supporting the Picasa desktop application on March 15th, 2016. It will still work beyond March 15th, but Google will stop developing it and there will be no future updates. Also, Google is retiring some functions of the Picasa API. Developers can learn more about those changes here.

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Deal: Unlocked LG Google Nexus 5X going for $280


 

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Right now,  LG Nexus 5X 16GB (Factory GSM Unlocked) 4G LTE Android Smartphones are going for $ 279.99 from Yapper Wireless on eBay. This is $ 20 cheaper than what Best Buy and Amazon are currently offering and nearly $ 100 less than the device’s launch price.

The Nexus 5X is the affordable followup to the Nexus 5, which was possibly the most popular Nexus smartphone ever made. Its design is pretty similar to its predecessor, but some more luxurious elements have been stripped away to bring as much hardware as possible while still being easy on your wallet. With 2GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow right out of the box, it’s hard to beat the bang-for-buck that you receive with this device.

The battery life can be a little lackluster, and the plastic casing and light weight means it doesn’t quite have that “premium” feel that we’ve come to expect from devices made from glass and metal, but still the 5X scored well in our initial review, netting a score of 8.6 overall. For a more comprehensive look at the Nexus 5X, be sure to check out our official reviews below.

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If you’re in the market for a mid-to-high end device that won’t break your bank, click the button below to head on over to eBay. In the meantime, let us know what you think of this deal in the comments. If you’re a Nexus 5X owner, tell us what your experience with the device has been like so far so that others can make a more informed purchase!

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Google is combining all cloud divisions into one business unit


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In August Google made the surprise announcement that it was restructuring its organization, with a new company called Alphabet set to act as the head, with Google and several other new companies under it. As the changes continue, yesterday afternoon Google announced it plans to combine all of its cloud-based divisions into one business unit.

The new cloud business has yet to be named, but we do know it will include elements like Google Apps and Google for Work. In a formal blog post, Sundar revealed that newcomer Diane Greene will be at the head of this business unit. While she’s new to Google, Greene is the co-founder and former CEO of VMWare, so she is well equipped for the job.

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Additionally, Greene brings with her a new startup called Bebop, which is a “new development platform that makes it easy to build and maintain enterprise applications”.

So why make these changes? As Sundar Pichai puts it, “This new business will bring together product, engineering, marketing and sales and allow us to operate in a much more integrated, coordinated fashion.” With the cloud continuing to play an increasingly vital role, it really makes sense that Google would want to unify its efforts under one roof.

From the sounds of it, this business unit will actually reside under Google’s umbrella, as a sub-company of sorts, though not all the specifics are known just yet. Even the name of this new organization is unclear at this time, though we’ll be sure to update our readers with more details as we learn more.

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Google Play Newsstand and Play Music reach new countries – Japan, Thailand and Malaysia


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It seems Google chose an odd day to announce availability of Play Newsstand and Play Music in new markets. It might make sense, though, as everyone already had their eyes set on said company today. The more announcements the merrier, and we know today’s new supported markets will definitely be happy to see Newsstand and Play Music coming around.

Google Play Newsstand is heading over to Japan, Malaysia and Thailand. People in these markets will now be able to access magazines and newspapers, subscribe to them and more. Information is key, and moving to a digital world shouldn’t have to mean abandoning these publications.

On the other hand, we have the awesome Google Play Music jamming on Japane devices. This is definitely good news for those who really love their streaming services. Especially considering you could use Google Play Music for free and still get much from it. If you need an extra kick you can also sign up for All Access.

This is just a quick update from the latest Google Play news. Are any of you celebrating this announcement? Hit the comments and let us know what you think of these services. They are both available today, so you should be up and running by now.

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Google bringing high-speed WiFi to 400 Indian train stations


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Google’s main concern is getting people online, obviously due to the fact that most of their profits come from internet users; and hopefully because they want to help out, too. Regardless, it makes sense that they focus on emerging markets, as this is where most new internet users will come from. According to Internet Live Stats, only around 40% of the world population has an internet connection, and you can be sure this is something Google is working on changing.

Projects such as Android One, YouTube offline, Google Maps offline and Project Loon are only some of Google’s initiatives to bring a better online experience to emerging markets like India. Today the Mountain View-based tech company announces another big move to get millions of train commuters online, after welcoming Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Googleplex for a visit.

The Search Giant is collaborating with Indian Railways and RailTel to bring WiFi to 400 train stations in India. And Google claims this is not your usual internet connection, it is said to be “high-speed” broadband, which will be “many times faster than what most people in India have access to today”.

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Google will launch this new service on 100 of the busiest stations, which should be online by the end of 2016. Other locations will follow soon afterwards. Regardless, this is a good advancement, as the first 100 stations should cover about 10 million users who take advantage of these stations every single day.

With over 300 million active users in India, this country ranks second in number of internet surfers, only surpassed by China. The kicker here is there are still about a billion Indians offline, which are the ones Google is trying to target here.

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The best part? This service will be completely free at first. Yes… at first. In the long run, Google expects the service to be “self-sustainable” and get some profits in order to further expand to new stations.

So there you have it, fellow Indian techies! Soon you will be enjoying internet at many of your train stations, all thanks to Google’s efforts to get as many users online as possible. I just have to wonder how fast is “high speed internet”. Google is not specifying speeds, which definitely makes us very curious.

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Get a free movie rental from Google to celebrate Chromecast’s second birthday


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Want to escape the heat this weekend? If you’re looking for something to do indoors, Google has a small offer that may be worth your while. To celebrate the Chromecast’s 2nd birthday, Google is giving out one free movie rental to all owners of the media streaming device from now until December 31st, 2015.

To redeem your free movie rental, first you’ll need to make sure your Chromecast is set up and connected to your Wi-Fi network. Then, open up your Chrome browser on your computer, head over to this link, then click on the offer you’d like to redeem. Once you select your streaming device from the list, you can then head to the Google Play Store to claim your free rental.

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It should be noted that Google does have some restrictions in place for the number of free movie rentals you claim on your Google account. So, depending on how many offers you’ve already claimed, you might not be able to take advantage of this deal.

Don’t have a Chromecast? Right now, you can buy two Chromecasts from the Google Store and save $ 15 at checkout. This isn’t the cheapest we’ve ever seen the media streamer, but it’s a pretty nice deal, nonetheless.

 

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