Google Launches Preview Website for Android L, Android Wear, Android Auto and Android TV

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Following the keynote, Google has updated the Android developer website with information for Android L, Android Wear, Android Auto and Android TV. So far there’s not much on the website that we didn’t already know, we do see more information on each platform, which is really all rolled into one. The developer preview of Android L is going live tomorrow for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 though. For now, the site just gives us a nice overview of what’s new in Android L, which there’s plenty that’s new, and Android Wear, Android Auto and Android TV all tie into Android L which is pretty amazing that Google was able to do that. So those interested in getting their hands on this stuff, better go check out the developer site for Android now and see what it’s all about. It’s definitely an exciting time with a new version of Android being previewed now and releasing in the fall. That hasn’t happened in years.

We’ll probably see more added to the Android Developers website as the week progresses and sessions are taking place. There’s one for Android coming up at 1pm PT, so we’ll see more about what’s new in Android at that time. There’s also the Fireside chat later tonight, with a lot of the members of the Android team there. That one is always a good one to check out. Those will be live streamed on YouTube as well, for those interested.

Google announced a ton of new stuff today, it made last year’s Google I/O look pretty weak. What was your favorite announcement from the Keynote? Android Wear? Android Auto? Android TV? Android L? How many of you are excited to see Android L in the fall? Be sure to let us know in the comments down below.

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