Google announced a new way of searching content inside your Android Apps, with the help of their new amazing protocol called “App Indexing”. With the “App Indexing” Google’s mobile OS is much smarter that makes it easier to find content (like messages, notes, music, contacts, videos etc) from installed apps inside your mobile. For Example, if you want to find an email from one of your friends, you can search their name and can scroll in the Google search through the results.
The major difference between Google Analytics and Mixpanel is that instead of tracking pages and associating activities with it, mixpanel tracks people and associated activities with it. Tracking: Google Analytics shows you page by page data about the site. It can track the traffic you are getting at any given point in time. Where the traffic is coming from and people are hitting which pages most frequently. Instant and Real-Time Data Analysis: Mixpanel in that case, is ideal
Google’s announcement in March 2016 that ChromeBook will now be able to run Android Apps and will have access to Google Play is huge. We at vizteck are eagerly waiting to try it out as the support for Google Play on most chromebooks will come in the third and fourth quarter of 2016. We think it’s a really big news as this will bring a completely new platform to the existing android app developers. It will also bring millions of apps to Chromeos. A platform is powerful mostly
Google IO is the yearly developer’s conference of the company. Which is usually held at Moscone West in San Francisco, but this year moved to Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, right in the backyard of Google. Since 2013 it was the biggest I/O event that took place over three days. Google brought some new exciting announcements and things to look forward to. This year the announcements came so fast that most of the products were not ready for demoing or release. Google