Tonight, Google I/O 2022 starts. At the annual developer conference, Google will again bring several new announcements, which are worth following live. How, where and when can you best follow Google I/O 2022? You can read it in this article.
How can you watch Google I/O 2022?
Google I/O is an event that Google organizes every year for developers. They often show the latest development in the field of Google services and software. Developers and consumers alike can track Google I/O.
And one of the ways to watch Google I/O 2022 is to visit Google’s events page. There is a timer on this site and when it is finished the event will start. Google’s event page can be found at this link† Google will also host its event via YouTube. You can choose from two streams. You can choose between the Developer Keynote and the ‘regular’ Google Keynote. The former is especially intended for the developers among us. You can access the live streams via the links below. We’ve also put the two YouTube streams down for you below.
What can we expect?
At Google I/O events, Google mainly focuses on new software. So we expect new information and images from Android 13, among other things. And we think that Google will propose the second beta version of Android 13. In addition, expect the arrival of the Google Pixel 6a, the cheaper brother of the Pixel 6.
In this article we list a few more products for you that could just see the light of day this evening.
When does Google I/O 2022 start?
Just like the past two years, Google I/O will therefore be held virtually. The event will be held on 11 and May 12, but the main announcements will be on the first day (today). The livestream starts today at 19:00 Dutch time and will probably last until about 21:00. You can of course read all about the announcements made by Google here on Androidworld. So you can also follow the livestream and read Androidworld next to it.
Are you going to watch the event? And if so, what are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below this article.
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