Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) To Brighten The Future Of Mobile Computing With Real Versions Of Android

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL), the giant internet enterprise has always been working on its toe. It is an amazing platform Android that Google developed allowed the world develops apps that make life easier and compatible. It is various products of Google like and cloud computing services that allow people carry and publish information, with great ease and grace.

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The contribution of Google to the internet industry has been irreparable, and it is always going to crucial because Google has all our data, and it knows what we all are exactly looking for. If reports from hidden sources are to be believed then, Google has already started on the projects that are going to change the future for better.

A report revealed that Google has defined a team of eminent engineers to work on the virtual reality version of Android platform. The version is known to be integrated, with Headsets, and it is better than the cardboard developed by Google few years ago.

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) is keeping a keen eye on all of its competitors and is planning to release the Android VR before any of its competitor releases a similar platform. Though, all the competitors have got into the movement while the people who trust Google are excited about the future that is going to be a reality soon. With this virtual reality version of Android, Google is trying to replace the old expensive version of the headset. Google is aiming to reach the world by developing products that are cheap and less expensive. They are finding the future getting a conspicuous day by day, and they are all set to see the changed world through their phone turned into cardboard.

On the other side, Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) is yet to confirm this leak. But, keeping an eye on all other giants in the market, experts are sure that Google is on its way to develop the future of mobile computing.

Standley Adam

Standley Adam

Adam is a staff reporter for US Markets Daily Publications & Media, covering foreign affairs and domestic policy.