In just a few short hours, Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O, will be available to the public! We got a better look at Android 12 at I/O 2021, Google’s annual developer conference. It is expected that Android 13 — which is now in beta testing — will be given a thorough showing off at Google I/O 2022 this year.
A new Pixel 6A phone and a new Pixel Watch could also be unveiled at this event, according to reports. Google will reveal all of the specifics during its keynote later today, so we won’t have to wonder anymore. By this point, you’re probably asking yourself, “How and when will you stream Google I/O 2022?” The following information is all you require.
When will The Google I/O 2022 event begins?
At some point today, the Google I/O event will be livestreamed at:
- 10 a.m. Pacific Time on the West Coast
- 1 p.m. ET on the East Coast
- British Summer Time (6:30 PM GMT)
How to watch the Google event live online
For the majority of Google I/O viewers, the first and primary keynote is the most anticipated. Sundar Pichai, Google’s CEO, is expected to make the most significant announcements and adjustments in this department. You may catch it on the Google I/O website or the official YouTube live broadcast.
The Developer Keynote follows the main one on the first day. It is largely intended at developers to learn about the latest APIs and under-the-hood updates in Google’s operating systems. Google’s official YouTube live stream and the Google I/O website are alternative options for watching.
Day 1 and Day 2 of Google I/O
Other sessions will be held throughout the first and second days of I/O after the main and developer keynotes. Among these are a deeper look at Android’s new features as well as upgrades to Firebase, augmented reality, and other Google apps. You can check the full itinerary of days 1 and 2 on the Google I/O website, as well.