The event that developers across the globe are awaiting, Google I/O 2022, has begun a live countdown of the days, hours, minutes, and seconds until its annual developers’ conference.
The dates scheduled for Google I/O 2022 are May 11-12, both at its Shoreline Amphitheater and online, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said Wednesday on Twitter. However, all content this year will be available virtually and free for everyone.
After canceling the major event in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Google made the conference virtual in 2021. This year, there will be a limited in-person audience at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, primarily comprised of keynote speakers from Google and some partners.
What Can You Look Forward To?
Registration is free for all this year and anyone above 18 years can register. To cater to a global audience, the content will be provided on demand and in different languages, with some translated content such as captioned videos available shortly after the event.
In case you are not able to register, you’ll still be able to view sessions and keynotes, but you won’t be able to save content, get recommendations, or chat in I/O Adventure.
The event will give developers from all over the world a chance to network, talk to Google experts and get a first look at Google’s latest developer products. Last year, Google gave a preview of Android 12, and it announced updates to Maps, Search, and Workspace, among other things.
This year’s event is likely to include more information about Android 13, which was released in preview earlier this year.
Where Can You Register?
There are no tickets for this year’s Google I/O; everyone can register online for free at the official website for Google I/O 2022.
To stay up-to-date on the latest information on Sessions, speakers, and overall activities, visit the Google I/O 2022 website, the Google Developers Blog, and follow Google on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. You can also join the social conversation about Google I/O 2022 via the official #GoogleIO hashtag.
I hope this helps in your registration process for the Google I/O 2022. If you have any questions, you can visit the FAQ section for the event.