The 2014 Google I/O app is now available to download from the Play Store, ahead of the two-day event on June 25 & 26 at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco.

Even if you’re not attending the conference, you can still browse the schedule and mark the topics you’re interested in. Sessions can be added to your calendar, and times displayed in your local timezone. You can also filter sessions to see only what you are interested in so you don’t have to scroll through them all to find what you’re looking for.

Some sessions will be available for streaming (hopefully with Chromecast support), and there’s a video library available of the 2012 and 2013 sessions if you’d like to take a look back before the 2014 event.

There are plenty of rumours flying around this year about a purported Nexus 8 tablet and Nexus 6 phone, and we’re hearing that attendees will receive a yet-to-be-released G Watch.

Some of the other features are listed below:

  • Explore the conference agenda, with details on themes, topics, speakers and partners.
  • Add events to your personalised schedule
  • Get reminders before events in “My schedule”
  • Watch the Keynote and sessions live stream
  • Sync your schedule between all of your devices and the I/O website
  • Guide yourself using the vector-based conference map
  • Follow public social I/O related conversations on Google+
  • See I/O content from previous years in the Video Library
  • Use the Widget to check your upcoming events directly from your home screen

What sessions are you interested in on the schedule? Have you found any easter eggs? Let us know in the comments!

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geoff fieldew

I’m digging the design of this years I/O app. I wonder if it’s a glimpse of what the next version of Android will look like.


Awesome sauce.
I wish… well, I wish so many things. But I wish I was a cutting edge developer, writing a brilliant app and going to Google I/O.

Phillip Molly Malone

It will be streamed on YouTube so at worst you should be able to cast it from a Chrometab. Remind me, does Youtube App support Casting live streams?

vijay alapati

is that nexus 8 on the pic 😮

Sean Royce

I surely hope not.