May 11 AT 5:44 PM Anthony Domanico 6 Comments

Google releases I/O app for 2010 conference

Unless you have been living under a rock, you’re probably aware that Google’s annual I/O developer conference is right around the corner. Today we received some good news for those who are lucky enough to be attending this years gathering: Google has just released an Android app for Google I/O 2010 featuring many conference details.

The app allows users to look at the schedule, view detailed session information, participating company information, view a conference map, and even take notes on their devices during the sessions.

Finally, in true Googley fashion, the app features a countdown to the start of the conference, currently T-minus 7 days, 17 hours, 26 minutes, 55 seconds and counting.

All in all, I/O 2010 is definitely a must download for those who plan on either attending the conference or following along on Google’s live YouTube stream.

Those of you with Google Wave can also follow along at home during the event.

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  • http://bdhayes.extendr.com Brian Douglas Hayes

    Fragmentation is one of the biggest issues Android users and developers are eagerly waiting to hear addressed at this conference, and they go and release an “official” conference app which requires… Android 2.0? :facepalm:

    …glad i finally got CM 5.0.7 Test3 running…

    • http://Website Veronica

      To be fair, everyone attending should have a Nexus or Droid in hand…

      If they sold theirs and kept their G1, that’s a personal fail, not a Google fail.

  • http://Website Android4Life

    Is this available for ugh…1.5 users??? I cant find it! :(

  • http://flavors.me/clschnei clschnei

    Sweet…only for 2.0 or >. My 1.6 can’t get it. Thanks Google!

  • http://Website Dave

    Ah… reminds me of the good old days, drinking free beer at the AGU meetings in the Moscone center. Mels drive in up the road for burgers, cocktails in the Mariott hotel over the way. Easy to not be too productive at meetings in that part of the world ;-)

  1. Fragmentation is one of the biggest issues Android users and developers are eagerly waiting to hear addressed at this conference, and they go and release an “official” conference app which requires… Android 2.0? :facepalm:

    …glad i finally got CM 5.0.7 Test3 running…

    • VeronicaGuest 5 years ago

      To be fair, everyone attending should have a Nexus or Droid in hand…

      If they sold theirs and kept their G1, that’s a personal fail, not a Google fail.

  2. Android4LifeGuest 5 years ago

    Is this available for ugh…1.5 users??? I cant find it! :(

  3. Sweet…only for 2.0 or >. My 1.6 can’t get it. Thanks Google!

  4. DaveGuest 5 years ago

    Ah… reminds me of the good old days, drinking free beer at the AGU meetings in the Moscone center. Mels drive in up the road for burgers, cocktails in the Mariott hotel over the way. Easy to not be too productive at meetings in that part of the world ;-)