"All of your code gets this support for free," he says.
...or is it Samsung's new Android Wear watch? Stay tuned.
Burke is wearing a Samsung Gear 2, by the way, not a fancy Moto or LG smartwatch.
"We're finally ready to pull the trigger on this bad boy," Burke says.
Huzzah, we're going to talk performance now.
Extra dimension! I get it!
So, do you prefer Apple's latest take on mobile design, or Google's? I dig 'em both, honestly. Google's is clean and flat, but the depth they're adding is a nice extra dimension to the design.
"We think this is a great way to help your users rediscover content," Shah says.
The API will recall search results from apps, based on user's previous actions.
New API in Google Play services coming...
Search results on Chrome mobile can launch apps that are installed on the device. For example, an OpenTable link on Google can open the app. The feature, which was previously was only available with a few apps, will be available to all developers.
People happy about better app integration with the web. We're also seeing a back button in the app, which looks like it'll take you back to the browser. Nice extension.
This is open to all app developers today.
Search results will mix app results and Web results.
App indexing from last fall to be mixed in with Google search results.
Talking App Indexing now. Devs love indexing things, especially key fields in databases. It's so much fun.
Lots of great, easy transference between Web/desktop and your phone. Not that finding your desktop tabs in Chrome now is difficult, but it's going to get even easier going forward.
Multitasking made easier with tabs showing both websites and app content within Chrome.
Tabs are presented in a stack with drop shadows -- sort of a mix of what Apple is doing with skeuomorphism and more familiar design.
Chrome tabs shown as overlapping cards with realistic shadows and perspective.
Pitch for Polymer as the tool to help devs build this kind of experience for the Web.
In demo of upcoming Chrome, the browser highlights use of Material Design. When searching for Van Gogh's Starry Night, Chrome shows the artwork in a tile, and the title is on a blue background, which was automatically generated by Chrome.