New Google for Work and mobile development app tools released at Google I/O
Monday, June 1, 2015/
A preview of the next version of Android dubbed “Android M” and a general release of Inbox for Google users were among the key new developments aimed at businesses at the Google I/O conference.
The additional revelations were made at a session of the conference aimed at the company’s Google for Work service.
For businesses that have a Google Play/Android app, Google released a “developer preview of the next major version of Android, known as Android M. A new version of Google Play Services allows a range of new app capabilities including Chrome Cast and Android Wear support, app invites and smart lock passwords.
The tech giant revealed it has paid out $7 billion to app developers in 190 countries from 50 billion app downloads from the Google Play store.
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