Registration is now open
Google I/O 2022
Live from Shoreline. Join online May 11-12.
Take a stroll down memory lane and celebrate #100CoolWebMoments since Chrome's first release.
Get inspired to use Google technologies. Search for open source projects, learn from other developers, and submit your latest projects for others to learn from. The platform now also includes Google Assistant.
Flutter 2.10 includes stable support for production-level Windows apps, new features, performance improvements, and bug fixes.
Engage with Google Developer Student Clubs (GDSC) to solve and build for the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals using Google technologies. Promote employment for all, economic growth, and climate action. Submit projects by March 31.
In the upcoming Data safety section in Google Play, users can learn more about an app's data safety practices before they download the app. Complete and submit your Data safety form in your Google Play Console to help users understand your privacy and security practices.
Go 1.18 is the biggest release so far and includes support for generics, native fuzzing, a new workspace mode, and large performance improvements for certain machines.
Applications for Google for Startups Accelerator: Climate Change are now open. Sustainable technology startups across North America may apply starting March 1. The program commences June 7.