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Google reveals something big: Wear OS 5 and Android TV 14 will be at Google I/O 2024

The countdown to the Google I/O 2024 has begun and there is no shortage of anticipation, especially for fans of wearable technology and home entertainment. Google is preparing important updates. Specifically, the giant anticipated WearOS 5 e Android TV 14. It is worth mentioning that last May Google presented Wear OS 4.

Wear OS 5 and Android TV 14: what's new at Google I/O 2024

WearOS 5 promises to be a big leap forward for Google smartwatches. The discussion will focus on new features such as a improvement of the watch faces format, which will become more efficient and dynamic. This means that watch interfaces can be more personalized and responsive, better adapting to individual needs and displaying information more intelligently. Furthermore, work is underway to make the more compatible applications with a variety of device sizes, which is a direct response to the growing diversity of smartwatch models on the market, including the likely introduction of a new 45mm version of the pixel watch 3.

Moving on to Android TV 14, it seems that there will also be significant developments for lovers of home cinema and TV series. The new platform Android TV OS will be discussed in depth during the event. The update will bring improvements in user experience and introduce new tools for developers, such as Compose for TV e Android Studio, which will make it easier and more intuitive to create visually appealing apps for your TV. These tools are meant for help developers to make the most of the hardware capabilities of modern TVs, guaranteeing apps that are not only beautiful to look at but also more functional.

The new Chromecast with Google TV 4K is expected as part of this evolution, suggesting that hardware and software will continue to evolve together to deliver an increasingly integrated and engaging user experience.

Gianluca Cobucci
Gianluca Cobucci

Passionate about code, languages ​​and languages, man-machine interfaces. All that is technological evolution is of interest to me. I try to divulge my passion with the utmost clarity, relying on reliable sources and not "on the first pass".


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