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One Year of Android Security Rewards

Posted by Quan To, Program Manager, Android Security A year ago, we added Android Security Rewards to the long standing Google Vulnerability Rewards Program. We offered up to $38,000 per report that we used to fix vulnerabilities and...Show More Summary

Android N APIs are now final, get your apps ready for Android N!

Posted by Dave Burke, VP of Engineering As we put the finishing touches on the next release of Android, which will begin to roll out to consumers later this summer, we’re releasing the 4th Developer Preview of Android N, including the Android N final SDK. Show More Summary

Android Developer Story: Sendy uses Google Play features to build for the next billion users

Posted by Lily Sheringham, Google Play team Sendy is a door to door on-demand couriering platform founded in Nairobi, Kenya. It connects customers and logistics providers, providing two unique apps, one for he driver and one for the customer. Show More Summary

Security "Crypto" provider deprecated in Android N

Posted by Sergio Giro, software engineer If your Android app derives keys using the SHA1PRNG algorithm from the Crypto provider, you must start using a real key derivation function and possibly re-encrypt your data. The Java Cryptography...Show More Summary

Notifications in Android N

Posted by Ian Lake, Developer Advocate Android notifications are often a make-or-break interaction between your Android app and users. To provide a better user experience, notifications on Android N have received a visual refresh, improved...Show More Summary

Android Developer Story: Vietnamese games developer Divmob finds more users with localized pricing on Google Play

Posted by Lily Sheringham, Google Play team Based in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, games developer Divmob has grown quickly from an original team of five people to 40 employees since it was founded three years ago. Divmob now has over...Show More Summary

And the winners of the Google Play Awards are…

Posted by Purnima Kochikar, Director, Apps and Games Business Development, Google Play During a special ceremony last tonight at Google I/O, we honored ten apps and games for their outstanding achievements as part of the inaugural Google...Show More Summary

Android Studio 2.2 Preview - New UI Designer & Constraint Layout

By Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android This week at Google I/O 2016 we launched Android Studio 2.2 Preview. This release is a large update that builds upon our focus to create a fast and productive integrated development environment (IDE) for Android. Show More Summary

Bring Your Android App to Chromebooks

Posted by Dylan Reid and Elijah Taylor, Software Engineers, Chrome OS Users love Chromebooks for their speed, security and simplicity. According to IDC 1, in Q1 of this year Chromebook shipments overtook Macs in the U.S. That means, thanks to your support, in the U.S. Show More Summary

Enhancing Android Pay APIs

Posted by Pali Bhat, Senior Director, Product Management Today, we’re enhancing our APIs, making it easier than ever for the developer community to integrate with Android Pay. With just a few lines of code, you can enable quick and seamless...Show More Summary

Google Play services 9.0 updates

It’s been a little while since we made a release of Google Play services, because we’ve been busy integrating Firebase. While Firebase will contain the SDKs you’ve come to know and love for building mobile applications that run cross platform, we’ll also continue to ship Google Play services updates with new SDKs regularly. Show More Summary

What’s new in Google Play at I/O 2016: better betas, the pre-launch report, benchmarks, a new Play Console app, and more

Posted by Purnima Kochikar, Director, Google Play Apps & Games Google Play reaches over 1 billion monthly active users giving developers the world’s largest app distribution platform. Last year, Play users installed apps 65 billion times. Show More Summary

What’s new in Android: the N-Release, Virtual Reality, Android Studio 2.2 and more

Posted by Dave Burke, VP of Engineering In the past year, Android users around the globe have installed apps–built by developers like you–over 65 billion times on Google Play. To help developers continue to build amazing experiencesShow More Summary

Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview

Posted by David Singleton, VP of Engineering Today at Google I/O, we announced the most significant Android Wear update since its launch two years ago: Android Wear 2.0. Based on what we’ve learned from users and developers, we're evolving the platform to improve key experiences on the watch, including watch faces, messaging, and fitness. Show More Summary

Google I/O 2016: Develop, Grow & Earn

By Jason Titus, Vice President, Developer Product Group Earlier today, we kicked off our 10-year celebration of hosting developer events with Google I/O in front of over 7,000 developers at Shoreline Amphitheatre, and with millions of other viewers on the I/O live stream around the world. Show More Summary

Introducing Android Instant Apps

Posted by Suresh Ganapathy, Product Manager Developers have built amazing Android apps. They use your mobile device to the fullest, including the camera, GPS, and sensors to connect to the real world. They’re beautiful and immersive, with Material Design and smooth animations running at 60 frames per second. Show More Summary

Improving the Security and User Experience of your Google Sign In Implementation

Posted by Isabella Chen, Software Engineer We launched a fully revamped Sign-In API with Google Play services 8.3 providing a much more streamlined user experience and enabling easy server authentication and authorization. We’ve heard from many developers that they’ve found these APIs simple and less error prone to use. Show More Summary

Building better mobile apps for work

Posted by Matt Goodridge - Google Play for Work Product Manager Last year, we introduced Android for Work, a program designed to pair the strength of the Android platform with support from the rich ecosystem of OEMs (device manufacturers like Samsung), EMMs (Enterprise Mobility Managers) and carriers with the goal of transforming the workplace. Show More Summary

Designing for Multi-Window

Posted by Ian Lake, Developer Advocate As a developer, there’s a wide range of features added in Android N to take advantage of, but when it comes to designing and building your UI, having strong multi-window support should be at the...Show More Summary

Introducing the second class of Launchpad Accelerator

Originally posted on Google Developers blog Roy Glasberg, Global Lead, Launchpad Program & Accelerator This week Launchpad Accelerator announces its second class, which includes 24 promising startups from around he world. While the number...Show More Summary

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