5 Things Microsoft Can Learn from Google I/O is a post by Travis Pope from Gotta Be Mobile.
To say that Google brought their ‘A’ game to this year’s Google I/O conference wouldn’t do it justice.
The company unleashed a dizzying array of revamped products including a Google Maps application that finally introduces the dynamic routing algorithms we’d seen in other navigation applications, and tools that will allow users to get their hands on the latest and greatest applications more quickly.
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Assess and Address
Sure, Google didn’t dazzle us with a new Android or updated Nexus hardware, but they hardly needed to. At this stage in the game, it’s really about taking stock of where your platform is in relation to what everyone else in the market is doing. To that end Google also delivered.
Want a music subscription service? The company noticed that’s where the music industry was headed and added one.