25 Predictions for 2013

Prediction 2013 | Predictions Google

In previous post we published the Predictions for 2012 – Which was True. In addition to the annual review, it is actually already in our tradition that at the end of the year to set up more or less serious predictions for the next year at Google. Today, there are our 25 predictions for 2013.

25 Predictions for 2013

  1. The stable version of Chrome reached number 30
  2. Google released it for Windows Phone Apps
  3. Picasa will not be developed further
  4. Google Docs works well almost completely offline
  5. Appears Android 5
  6. Google creates stricter rules, which make it possible to remote updating of Android
  7. Gema YouTube and some in 2013
  8. Google rolls out update for the uniform look of Gmail, Docs, Calendar, Google+ and co.
  9. There are at least five other services set
  10. Google Chrome devices sold via the Play Store in Germany
  11. Google has learned from the fiasco of the Nexus 4 and has enough equipment available in the Play Store
  12. Map Maker launches in Germany
  13. AdSense is not responsive adaptation
  14. Google Earth is available in Chrome OS
  15. YouTube uploads are approaching the 5 days per minute
  16. Google is testing self-driving car in Europe
  17. Ingress also appears for iPhone
  18. Pay via NFC and Wallet is available in Europe
  19. Are prepaid cards for Google Play it officially in Germany
  20. Google lowers prices for Google Drive
  21. Google Drive will officially for Linux
  22. Drive Sync is available on the Google Chrome App
  23. The number of Googlers stabilizes at 40000-45000 (excluding Motorola employees)
  24. Google increases the sponsorship of sporting events
  25. Offline Gmail gets a new update

What are your predictions for 2013?


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