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AppCompat v21 — Material Design for Pre-Lollipop Devices!

By Chris Banes, Android Developer Relations The Android 5.0 SDK was released last Friday, featuring new UI widgets and material design, our visual language focused on good design. To enable you to bring your latest designs to older Android...Show More Summary

What's New in Android 5.0 Lollipop

By Ankur Kotwal, Developer Advocate Android 5.0 Lollipop is the biggest update of Android to date, introducing an all new visual style, improved performance, and much more. Android 5.0 Lollipop also extends across screens big and small,...Show More Summary

Android 5.0 Lollipop SDK and Nexus Preview Images

Two more weeks! By Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android At Google I/O last June, we gave you an early version of Android 5.0 with the L Developer Preview, running on Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and Android TV. Over the course of the L Developer Preview program, you’ve given us great feedback and we appreciate the engagement from you, our developer community. Show More Summary

Updated Cross-Platform Tools in Google Play Game Services

By Ben Frenkel, Google Play Games team Game services UIs are now updated for material design, across all of the SDKs. Game developers, we've updated some of our popular developer tools to give you a consistent set of game services across...Show More Summary

Tips for Error Handling with Android Wear APIs

By +Wayne Piekarski, Developer Advocate, Android Wear For developers using the Android Wear APIs in Google Play services, it is important to correctly handle all the error conditions that can occur on legacy phones or when users do not have a wearable device. Show More Summary

Allthecooks on Android Wear

By Hoi Lam, Developer Advocate, Android Wear The best cooking companion since the apron? Android Wear is designed for serving up useful information at just the right time and in the right place. A neat example of this is Allthecooks Recipes. Show More Summary

Messaging on Android Wear

By Timothy Jordan, Developer Advocate Sending messages on Android Wear feels as easy as it was to pass notes back in school. Remember when your friends always felt nearby? That feeling is why I love staying in touch with friends and family using my wearable. Your messaging app likely already works on Android Wear. Show More Summary

Google Play Services 6.1

Today, we’re excited to introduce the latest version of Google Play services to help you easily build on the newest features from Google and optimize your apps. Google Play services 6.1 adds Enhanced Ecommerce analytics support from Google Tag Manager and offers new improvements to the Google Drive Android API. Show More Summary

Android One: Bringing Your Apps to the Next Five Billion

Posted by Rich Hyndman, Developer Advocate With the launch of Android One, more people across the world will have access to high-quality and affordable smartphones, packed with plenty of processing power and running the latest version of Android. Show More Summary

Conference Data Sync and GCM in the Google I/O App

By Bruno Oliveira, tech lead of the 2014 Google I/O mobile app Keeping data in sync with the cloud is an important part of many applications, and the Google I/O App is no exception. To do this, we leverage the standard Android mechanism for this purpose: a Sync Adapter. Show More Summary

The Beautiful Design Summer 2014 Collection on Google Play

Posted by Marco Paglia, Android Design Team It’s that time again! Last summer, we published the first Beautiful Design collection on Google Play, and updated it in the winter with a fresh set of beautifully crafted apps. Since then,Show More Summary

Powerful New Messaging Features with GCM

By Subir Jhanb, Google Cloud Messaging team Developers from all segments are increasingly relying on Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) to handle their messaging needs and make sure that their apps stay battery-friendly. GCM has been experiencing...Show More Summary

Material design in the 2014 Google I/O app

figure { margin: 0 0 20px 0; } figcaption { font-style: italic; opacity: 0.7; } figure img { padding: 0 !important; } blockquote { font-style: italic; } By Roman Nurik, lead designer for the Google I/O Android App Every year for Google I/O, we publish an Android app for the conference that serves two purposes. Show More Summary

Learn How UX Design can Make Your App More Successful

By Nazmul Idris, a Developer Advocate at Google who's passionate about Android and UX design As a mobile developer, how do you create 5-star apps that your users will not just download, but love to use every single day? How do you get...Show More Summary

Google I/O 2014 App Source Code Now Available

By Bruno Oliveira, Tech Lead of the I/O app project The source code for the 2014 version of the Google I/O app is now available. Since its first release on Google Play a few weeks before the conference, the I/O app was downloaded byShow More Summary

Grow with Google Play: Scaled Publishing and New App Insights

By Kobi Glick, Google Play team If you're growing your business on Google Play, the Google Play Developer Console is one of the most important tools at your disposal. At Google I/O, we introduced a number of new changes that give you valuable insight into how your app is performing. Show More Summary

KNOX Contribution to Android: Accelerating Android in the Workplace

Srikanth Rajagopalan, PM Director and Workplace aficionado Recently at Google I/O, we announced a comprehensive set of new features that will allow IT organizations to easily deploy and manage Android devices in enterprise environments. Show More Summary

Porting Your Wear Developer Preview Code to the Latest Support Library

Today’s post on #AndroidWear is from +Wayne Piekarski. Now that the full Android Wear SDK is available, it’s time to port your existing wearable-enabled notification code from the Developer Preview. In the process, you’ll switch to using...Show More Summary

Learn to Think Like an Android Developer

By Reto Meier, Head of Scalable Developer Advocacy Today I’m proud to announce the latest resource for learning to develop Android apps: Developing Android Apps: Android Fundamentals. Android Fundamentals is an online training course...Show More Summary

New Cross-Platform Tools for Game Developers

By Ben Frenkel, Google Play Games team There was a lot of excitement at Google I/O around Google Play Games, and today we’re delighted to share that the following tools are now available: Updated Play Games cross-platform C++ SDK Updated...Show More Summary

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