We’re at Google I/O 2014, follow us for the latest Android news



It’s that time of year again Android fans, the time of year when Google bestows upon the world all of the cool and exciting projects that they’ve been meticulously working on behind closed doors. Rob Jackson, Steve Albright, and I are here in beautiful San Francisco ready to take in everything that Google has to offer over the next two days. If you’re an Android enthusiast or a Google product lover, it’s basically Christmas time.

Phandroid will be keeping you up to date on everything you need to know from Google IO as soon as it happens (watch our live stream!). We’ve already made our Google IO 2014 predictions over here. Be sure to have all your bases covered by following us across social media, downloading our app on Google Play, or checking in right here at throughout the day for your dose of Google IO news and announcements.

Of course, you can also follow the three of us on Google+ as we’re sure to be posting enough Google IO related goodies to keep any Android fan drooling over the next couple days.

All of our notebooks, cameras, tablets, and phones are charged. It’s happening. And we’re ready.

What are your predictions?

Derek Ross
I'm a passionate Android enthusiast that's on the pulse of the latest Android news, writing about Android as often as possible. I'm also a little addicted to social networking. Hit me up, I'd love to chat.

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  1. I want my phone to make me more lazy. I’d also love to see better text prediction in software keyboards. I don’t know how possible it is, but I want a keyboard that knows that you’ve mistakenly typed “b” or “v” instead of space, even if you typed 5 B’s instead of space each of those times.

    1. Have you used swiftkey? It’s pretty damned good.

  2. Can’t wait for Google to show us all of the stuff Apple is going to put into iOS9!

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