Google I/O 2021 Has A Date And It’s Going To Be Streamed Free

Google I/O is the highlight of the year if you’re an Android developer and now we have the dates when the annual event will take place. Mark your calendars for May 18 through May 20, folks.

The event website is now live with Google asking people to complete a puzzle to get into the details.

Thankfully someone did the hard work so that we don’t have to, giving us the date and a couple more details to go with it.

Unfortunately an in-person event isn’t viable even with the event being a few months out. That means Google is instead going to run the whole thing as a virtual event. Oh, and it’s going to be free for people to attend remotely.

The Google I/O event is where Google sets the agenda for both Android and Chrome developers for the coming year while also giving us an idea of what the future of Android itself will be.

The move to make the event free to all is an important one, especially for those who had previously struggled to stump up the cash to get to Google’s HQ for the event in previous years.

We’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for more on the Google I/O event in the coming days and weeks, too.

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