Thursday , February 22 2018

You can follow along with the Google I/O experience in Google Photos

Google I/O 2017 this week in California and while not everyone can be there in person Google is making it easy to follow along with the event from home.

Google has been streaming their sessions from Google I/O on YouTube and in their app for a while now, but a new way to follow along, outlined in Google’s ‘Get ready for Google I/O 2017’ blog this morning, is a Google Photos album of the event. Google says it’s a ‘real-time’ album, so it should contain a fair few shots, possibly from their on-the-ground guide, Timothy Jordan who you can follow on Twitter.

If you’re looking to find out what’s happening at Google I/O, we’ll be there to show you from our perspective all the fun stuff. Scott is already in San Francisco preparing and I’ll be heading out shortly.

What do you want to see at Google I/O this year?

Source: Google Photos.
Via: Google Developers.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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