Google had always been consistent in improving their services and the technologies that allow them to provide these service upgrades. In 2012, they made their own Maps application that is similar (and even better, according to some critics) than Apple’s iPhone application. It had improved on its Android mobile operating system. In 2013, users of Google’s products and services may expect the following.
1. Motorola’s Brand Line
Google freshly purchased Motorola last year yet Google’s Nexus products and Motorola did not produce handsets, yet. Experts expect that Google would make use of Motorola’s existing handset and mobile device designs to improve on Google’s Nexus to create its Nexus 4. With Motorola’s aid, Google could open its own retail stores for its own devices.
2. Key Lime Pie
Android 5, or Key Lime Pie, is the newest version of the famous Android OS found in most Samsung, LG and HTC devices. The new operating system could possibly beat the strong iOS and the young Windows 8 designed for mobile devices. Along with the new operating system are upgrads from these companies making use of the operating systems in their mobile device products.
3. Google Fiber
Google Fiber is considered the fastest broadband service in the world, yet only Google village and a handful of neighboring cities and towns are the ones benefitting from the ultra-fast connection making use of optic fiber. This 2013, Google might bring the service to great heights to an International market.
4. More Open For Developers
Application developers might find improvements in the Android market’s monetization program. Nowadays, developers find it difficult to monetize their products on Android. Some developers have successfully monetized their products but without a proper process, more developers are turning to the iOS. This year, Google might want to let developers think of the Android market first before iOS.