Following the release of the I/O schedule last week (https://goo.gl/r6tlfc) on the I/O web app (https://goo.gl/xk3NcN), you can now also customize your schedule and plan your I/O experience via the Android app: https://goo.gl/yLE3bF.
Feel free to switch back and forth between the I/O web app and the I/O Android app -- your schedule will always sync between the two. To remain even more in sync, you can enable the Google Calendar integration in the Android app settings to see your I/O schedule alongside your personal events, all in one place.
In addition to the schedule, the I/O’15 Android app includes the agenda, a video library from past I/Os and an overview of the social conversations happening about the conference on both Google+ and Twitter. By indicating if you’ll be attending in-person or remotely, the app shows you only the content that’s relevant to you - this means onsite attendees are offered facilitated pre-event WiFi configuration and can browse the venue map, while the remote experience shows live streamed content (with closed captions and Cast support).
New this year: inspired by Google Now, the Explore screen aggregates similar content in cards. We hope this will make it even easier for you to find interesting events to add to your schedule.
Every year we build and open source the I/O mobile app with the goal of providing the developer community with a canonical example of a well designed Android app. This year our development applies Android best practices across testing, architecture, and UI, as well as a full implementation of the material design library. More details about the open source to come soon!
The app release to all users on Google Play might take up to 24 hours, so check back in soon if you’re not seeing it yet.
Don't use '+' in version numbers when declaring your dependencies in your Android applications. Not using '+' may speed up your build a little bit because your maven cache will typically already have your jars after the 1st build. '+' is also a poor practice because it doesn't allow for hermetic builds between developers.
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