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Leverage the Latest Android Updates to Meet Business Goals with Mobile

Google has just announced a heap of exciting updates, including Android Wear 2.0, Instant Apps, Firebase, Google Assistant, and much more!

This seminar is designed to help digital leaders understand the implications of these updates on existing or new mobile app products. We will discuss which technologies are most relevant to business and show you practical examples of how these can be applied to specific market sectors. You will come away with tips, tools and advice on how you can leverage the changes in the Android platform to continue to achieve your business goals through your apps.
Light refreshments will be provided.


  • 7.30am – Doors open, breakfast served
  • 8.00am – Seminar start
  • 8.30am – Questions & discussion
  • 9.00am – Event close

Places are limited, so register now:



About the Outware Breakfast Series

Outware Mobile is hosting a series of breakfast seminars to help digital leaders stay ahead of the curve and plan for change in the business of mobile.

Major iOS and Android platform changes and updates are being announced at Google I/O and Apple’s WWDC events in May and June. Businesses that are serious about their mobile apps need to take note and start preparing.

The Outware Breakfast event series brings Google I/O and WWDC to you through a business lens. Designed to help digital, online, marketing, mobile and innovation managers understand and plan for the upcoming changes, you will learn about the latest trends in mobile technology and how they will impact your apps. We’ll be sharing heaps of tips, tools and guidelines on how you can plan a roadmap for change and innovation.

Make the most out of this exciting time and don’t get left behind the mobile curve.

Watch a video of the previous breakfast event, Planning for Change in the Business of Mobile.

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As creators of mobile software, we get incredibly excited at this time of year. We’re passionate about technology and love getting together with the wider community of designers, developers, testers and other technology enthusiasts to talk about all the exciting new announcements.

That’s why we’re really excited to host our first Google I/O Extended event in Melbourne. We’re bringing together the local Android development and design community to share in our excitement and to discuss and explore what’s new in Android.

Together we will watch a recap of the keynote, while enjoying some pizza and drinks. If you’re super keen, bring your laptop along and we’ll explore any new development kits that are made available and maybe hack together some fun projects.

Places are limited, so register now on Eventbrite!


The latest version of the Better Health Channel Android app is now available with an updated Material Design user interface.

The Better Health Channel app helps users take control of their health and wellbeing anytime and anywhere. Content in the Better Health app is developed by the Department of Health (Victoria) in consultation with over 200 content partners and is reviewed by subject matter experts as part of a rigorous quality assurance approval process. Information is evidence based and reflects current best practice.

The underlying philosophy of Material Design is that material is grounded in a tactile reality. The use of familiar tactile attributes helps users to quickly understand how objects move, interact and exist in space in relation to each other. Hierarchy, meaning and focus are communicated through the use of colour, imagery and typography.  Motion, feedback and transitions are coherent and appropriate to context. In summary, Material Design creates a more intuitive experience for users by providing context and cues that are subtle but grounded by the rules of physics, while being open to imagination and magic.

Download the app and take a look for yourself!