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Get the Do’s and Don’ts for Notifications from Game Developer Seriously

Posted by Lily Sheringham, Developer Marketing at Google Play Editor’s note: We’ve been talking to developers to find out how they’ve been achieving success on Google Play. We recently spoke to Reko Ukko at Finnish mobile game developer,...Show More Summary

Hungry for some Big Android BBQ?

Posted by Colt McAnlis, Head Performance Wrangler The Big Android BBQ (BABBQ) is almost here and Google Developers will be there serving up a healthy portion of best practices for Android development and performance! BABBQ will be held...Show More Summary

Interactive watch faces with the latest Android Wear update

Posted by Wayne Piekarski, Developer Advocate The Android Wear team is rolling out a new update that includes support for interactive watch faces. Now, you can detect taps on the watch face to provide information quickly, without having to open an app. Show More Summary

Develop a sweet spot for Marshmallow: Official Android 6.0 SDK & Final M Preview

By Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android Android 6.0 Marshmallow Whether you like them straight out of the bag, roasted to a golden brown exterior with a molten center, or in fluff form, who doesn’t like marshmallows? We definitely like...Show More Summary

Barcode Detection in Google Play services

Posted by Laurence Moroney, Developer Advocate With the release of Google Play services 7.8 we’re excited to announce that we’ve added new Mobile Vision APIs which provides the Barcode Scanner API to read and decode a myriad of different...Show More Summary

Face Detection in Google Play services

Posted by Laurence Moroney, Developer Advocate With the release of Google Play services 7.8, we announced the addition of new Mobile Vision APIs, which includes a new Face API that finds human faces in images and video better and faster than before. Show More Summary

Google Play services 7.8 - Let’s see what’s Nearby!

Posted by Magnus Hyttsten, Developer Advocate, Play services team Today we’ve finished the roll-out of Google Play services 7.8. In this release, we’ve added two new APIs. The Nearby Messages API allows you to build simple interactions...Show More Summary

Android Developer Story: Zabob Studio and Buff Studio reach global users with Google Play

Posted by Lily Sheringham, Google Play team South Korean Games developers Zabob Studio and Buff Studio are start-ups seeking to become major players in the global mobile games industry. Established in 2013, Zabob Studio was set up by Kwon Dae-hyeon and his wife in 2013. Show More Summary

Android Experiments: A celebration of creativity and code

Posted by Roman Nurik, Design Advocate, and Richard The, Google Creative Lab Android was created as an open and flexible platform, giving people more ways to come together to imagine and create. This spirit of invention has allowed developers...Show More Summary

Low-overhead rendering with Vulkan

Posted by Shannon Woods, Technical Program Manager Developers of games and 3D graphics applications have one key challenge to meet: How complex a scene can they draw in a small fraction of a second? Much of the work in graphics development goes into organizing data so it can be efficiently consumed by the GPU for rendering. Show More Summary

Get your hands on Android Studio 1.3

Posted by Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android Previewed earlier this summer at Google I/O, Android Studio 1.3 is now available on the stable release channel. We appreciated the early feedback from those developers on our canary and...Show More Summary

Iterate faster on Google Play with improved beta testing

Posted by Ellie Powers, Product Manager, Google Play Today, Google Play is making it easier for you to manage beta tests and get your users to join them. Since we launched beta testing two years ago, developers have told us that it’s become a critical part of their workflow in testing ideas, gathering rapid feedback, and improving their apps. Show More Summary

Auto Backup for Apps made simple

Posted by Wojtek Kalici?ski, Developer Advocate, Android Auto Backup for Apps makes seamless app data backup and restore possible with zero lines of application code. This feature will be available on Android devices running the upcoming M release. Show More Summary

[New eBook] Download The No-nonsense Guide to App Growth

Originally posted on the AdMob Blog. What’s the secret to rapid growth for your app? Play Store or App Store optimization? A sophisticated paid advertising strategy? A viral social media campaign? While all of these strategies couldShow More Summary

Lighting the way with BLE beacons

Originally posted on the Google Developers blog. Posted by Chandu Thota, Engineering Director and Matthew Kulick, Product Manager Just like lighthouses have helped sailors navigate the world for thousands of years, electronic beacons can be used to provide precise location and contextual cues within apps to help you navigate the world. Show More Summary

Connect With the World Around You Through Nearby APIs

Originally posted on the Google Developers blog. Posted by Akshay Kannan, Product Manager Mobile phones have made it easy to communicate with anyone, whether they’re right next to you or on the other side of the world. The great irony,...Show More Summary

M Developer Preview Gets Its First Update

By Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android Earlier this summer at Google I/O, we launched the M Developer Preview. The developer preview is an early access opportunity to test and optimize your apps for the next release of Android. Today...Show More Summary

The App Developer Business Kit: Now available in 10 languages

Posted by Sean Meng, a Product Marketing Manager on the AdMob team Today we’re excited to launch The App Developer Business Kit in 10 more languages. The website includes tips for new app developers on building, promoting and monetizing your app. Show More Summary

Game Performance: Data-Oriented Programming

Posted by Shanee Nishry, Game Developer Advocate To improve game performance, we’d like to highlight a programming paradigm that will help you maximize your CPU potential, make your game more efficient, and code smarter. Before we get...Show More Summary

An update on Eclipse Android Developer Tools

Posted by Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android Over the past few years, our team has focused on improving the development experience for building Android apps with Android Studio. Since the launch of Android Studio, we have been impressed with the excitement and positive feedback. Show More Summary

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