Google Boasts About Its 2 Billion Active Android Users At I/O 2017

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Yesterday Google has conducted its I/O 2017 keynote and company’s executives led by CEO Sundar Pichai provided a future map of company’s plans in various areas which include Android, Google Assistant, Google Home and its virtual reality programs. It is very rare that a company doesn’t show off its success in terms of numbers and statistics, it is the best way to do it. Google did that too. The event kicked off in California and the executives made sure that all viewers knew what is company up to and how successful its ventures are.

Google’s Big Numbers – 2 Billion Active Users

No one can deny the fact that Google’s Android is world’s biggest mobile OS and a few years ago 1 billion devices used to have it as their heart. Yesterday Google announced that its OS is being used on more than 2 billion monthly active devices – Yes that’s 2 billion it’s a huge number of users.

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Last week company crossed its milestone and it is extremely proud of its big number. Their big numbers don’t end here Google Drive is one of the biggest services offered by the company. According to company Drive is being used by over 800 million users.

Astonished yet? things just don’t end here. Google Photos has 500 million active users and 1.2 billion photos every day – That’s a lot of pictures. Photos are a very popular feature and used by many peoples around the world.

You can understand popularity just by fact that people update 1.2 billion photos every day. The Google Assistant is available on over 100 million devices. The seven services by Google including Google Maps, YouTube, Chrome, Google Maps, Gmail the most popular its Search and Heart of Android Phones Google Play. Their apps are the major success for the company and have 1 billion active users.

Google has other initiatives which will launch in time to come and we are pretty curious to see what will happen to such numbers when more ventures are launched. Share your thoughts in comment section below.