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Google Play Developer Console introduces Universal App Campaigns and User Acquisition performance reporting

Posted by Frederic Mayot, Google Play team At Google I/O in May, we previewed some new and powerful tools to help you further grow your business and improve decision making based on smarter insights on Google Play. We are happy to announce...Show More Summary

Bringing Google Cardboard and VR to the world

Originally posted on the Google Developers Blog Posted by Brandon Wuest, Software Engineer & Stereoscopic Sightseer Google Cardboard is bringing virtual reality worldwide. Starting today, the Google Cardboard app is available in 39 languages and over 100 countries on both Android and iOS devices. Show More Summary

Keep users’ content safe with Google Drive

Posted by Dan McGrath, Product Manager, Drive SDK & Partnerships Chances are, you’re developing an app that creates or manages data. And chances are, your users really care about that content — be it photos and documents, or calorieShow More Summary

In-app translations in Android Marshmallow

Google Translate is used by more than 500 million people every month, translating more than 100 billion words every single day. Beginning this week, Android mobile users who have the Translate app installed will be able to translateShow More Summary

Inside Android’s Easter Egg Tradition

Posted by, Natalie Hammel, ½ of Nat & Lo’s 20% Project A bit more than five years ago, I got my first smartphone. It was the Nexus One. And I didn’t know it at the time, but it was hiding a zombie gingerbread painting inside it. TheShow More Summary

How Google Cloud Messaging handles Doze in Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Posted by, Laurence Moroney, Developer Advocate Android 6.0 Marshmallow introduces a new power saving feature called ‘Doze’. A device enters Doze when the user leaves it unplugged and stationary for a period of time and with the screen off. Show More Summary

Android Studio 1.4

Posted by, Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android Today we are releasing the 1.4 update to the Android Studio stable release channel. Most of the work and enhancements for Android Studio 1.4 are under the hood. However we have a handful...Show More Summary

Android 6.0 Marshmallow coming to devices soon

Posted by, Dave Burke, VP of Engineering, Android Starting next week, Android 6.0 Marshmallow will begin rolling out to supported Nexus devices around the world, including Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7 (2013), Nexus 9, Nexus Player, and Android One. Show More Summary

Support for 100MB APKs on Google Play

Posted by Kobi Glick, Google Play team Smartphones are powerful devices that can support diverse tasks from graphically intensive games to helping people get work done from anywhere. We understand that developers are challenged withShow More Summary

Android Development Patterns: A Series on Best Practices for Android Development

Posted by, Ian Lake, Developer Advocate One of the benefits of Android development is the flexibility provided by the large number of APIs in the Android framework and Support Library, not even including the Google Play services APIs. Show More Summary

Always-on Android Wear apps with the Google Maps API

Originally posted on the Geo Developers Blog Posted by Ankur Kotwal, Developer Advocate Some Android Wear apps are most useful when they are always available to the user, even at a glance. Now, with Google Play Services 8.1, the Google Maps Android API supports ambient mode, the API that provides always-on capabilities. Show More Summary

Google Play services 8.1 and Android 6.0 Permissions

Posted by, Laurence Moroney, Developer Advocate Along with new platform features, Android 6.0 Marshmallow has a new permissions model that streamlines the app install and auto-update process. Google Play services 8.1 is the first release to support runtime permissions on devices running Android 6.0. Show More Summary

Google Play services 8.1: Get ready for Marshmallow!

Posted by, Magnus Hyytsten, Developer Advocate With the rollout of Google Play services 8.1 finally finished, there’s a lot of new information to share with developers about the release! Marshmallow Permissions Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) has introduced a new permissions model allowing users to control app permissions at runtime. Show More Summary

Introducing Android Developer Nanodegree in India with Udacity—1000 scholarships available

Originally posted on the Google India blog Posted by Peter Lubbers, Senior Program Manager, Google With a vision to transform India into a hub of high-quality mobile developers for global and local apps, we’re delighted to announce the launch of a program to offer Android Developer Nanodegrees in India in partnership with Udacity. Show More Summary

Telltale Games share their tips for success on Android TV

Lily Sheringham, Developer Marketing at Google Play Editor’s note: This is another post in our series featuring tips from developers finding success on Google Play. This week, we’re sharing advice from Telltale Games on how to create a successful game on Android TV. Show More Summary

New Android Marshmallow sample apps

Posted by Rich Hyndman, Developer Advocate Three new Android Marshmallow sample applications have gone live this week. As usual they are available directly from the Google Samples repository on GitHub or through the Android Studio samples...Show More Summary

Android Developer Story: Domain increases installs by 44% with Material Design and Google Play services

Posted by Lily Sheringham, Google Play team Australian developer Domain is part of a multi-platform property business, which provides search tools and information for buyers, sellers, renters, investors, and agents across Australia.Show More Summary

New permissions requirements for Android TV

Posted by Anirudh Dewani, Developer Advocate Android 6.0 introduces a new runtime permission model that gives users more granular control over granting permissions requested from their apps and leads to faster app installs. Users can also revoke these permissions from Settings at any point of time. Show More Summary

Play Games Loot Drop for Developers

Posted by Ben Frenkel, Product Manager Google Play Games Launched last March, Player Analytics is already becoming an important tool for many game developers, helping them to manage their games businesses and optimize in-game player behavior. Show More Summary

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