During its I/O event yesterday, Google unveiled a brand new program called Android Go. The new program is aimed at offering budget-friendly devices for developing markets. Android GO is a lightweight version of its upcoming Android O and is designed to work on devices with 1GB of RAM or less. The company notes that it is designing its apps to use less memory, storage space as well as mobile data. These include apps like YouTube Go, Chrome, and Gboard. The Play Store on such devices will also promote a better user experience by highlighting apps that are specifically designed for such devices.
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