Google Will likely To Reveal Android M at I/O 2015

    Ahead of Google's I/O conference later this month, the software giant's next Android operating system - Android M - has been apparently leaked online.

    Google Will likely To Reveal Android M at I/O 2015

    Earlier in the day, Google posted the official schedule for Google I/O 2015, which will take place on May 28. According to the Android for Work event, Android M will be unveiled at Google I/O this year. Interestingly, Google has removed the session from the Google I/O schedule.

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    The session description, however, suggested that Google will bring the "power of Android to all kinds of workplaces," it read.

    Google has long been expected to announce the M version of Android at the developer conference, but not much is known about the operating system.

    Google Will likely To Reveal Android M at I/O 2015

    It's being reported that Google will make a push for developers to easily add support for voice commands in the next version of Android, likely to be called the Android M.

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    At Google I/O in 2014, the tech giant extensively talked about its Android L OS, which eventually became known as Lollipop. Most likely Google's Android M will get its official name sometime later this year.

    Google Will likely To Reveal Android M at I/O 2015

    In other news, Android 5.0 Lollipop is now running on 9% of Android devices. The Android platform chart reveals statistics of earlier Android software versions. KitKat, for instance, which had 41.4 % share of devices last month, dipped to 39.8 % in May.


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