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Material design in the 2014 Google I/O app

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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

Update on Android Wear Paid Apps

We have a workaround to enable paid apps (and other apps that use Google Play's forward-lock mechanism) on Android Wear. The assets/ directory of those apps, which contains the wearable APK, cannot be extracted or read by the wearable installer. Show More Summary

Google Play Services 5.0

Google Play services 5.0 is now rolled out to devices worldwide, and it includes a number of features you can use to improve your apps. This release introduces Android wearable services APIs, Dynamic Security Provider and App Indexing,...Show More Summary

Android L Developer Preview and Android Studio Beta

By Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android At the Google I/O keynote yesterday we announced the L Developer Preview — a development version of an upcoming Android release. The Developer Preview lets you explore features and capabilities of the L release and get started developing and testing on the new platform. Show More Summary

Google I/O: Design, Develop, Distribute

By Monica Tran, Head of Developer Marketing Today at Moscone, we kicked off our 7th annual Google I/O. This year, we’re focusing on three key themes: design, develop, distribute, helping you build your app from start to finish. It’sShow More Summary

New in Android: L Developer Preview and Google Play Services 5.0

By Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android Earlier today, at Google I/O, we showed a number of projects we’ve been working on to the thousands of developers in the audience and the millions more tuning in on the livestream. These projects...Show More Summary

Games at Google I/O '14: Everyone's Playing Games

By Greg Hartrell, Product Manager, Google Play games With Google I/O ‘14 here, we see Android and Google Play as a huge opportunity for game developers: 3 in 4 Android users are playing games, and with over one billion active Android...Show More Summary

Building Successful Global App Businesses

By: Purnima Kochikar, Director, Google Play Apps & Games With over 1 billion active Android users, an increasing number of developers like you are building successful global businesses on Google Play. Since the last Google I/O, we’ve...Show More Summary

Cast Away with Android TV and Google Cast

By Dave Burke and Majd Bakar, Engineering Directors and TV Junkies Last summer, we launched Chromecast, a small, affordable device that lets you cast online video, music and anything from the web to your TV. Today at Google I/O, we announced...Show More Summary

New ways to connect your app to the Cloud using Android Studio and Google Cloud Platform

Posted by Manfred Zabarauskas, Product Manager on Google Cloud Platform Many Android developers like Snapchat or Pulse build and host their app backends on the Google Cloud Platform, and enjoy automatic management, with simple expansion...Show More Summary

FlatBuffers: A Memory-Efficient Serialization Library

By Wouter van Oortmerssen, Fun Propulsion Labs at Google Game developers, we've just released FlatBuffers, a C++ serialization library that allows you to read data without unpacking or allocating additional memory, as an open sourceShow More Summary

An Android Wear Design Story

By Roman Nurik and Timothy Jordan, Design and Developer Advocates on Android Wear A few weeks ago, Timothy and I were chatting about designing apps for wearables to validate some of the content we’re planning for Google I/O 2014 1. We...Show More Summary

New Demographic Stats in Google Play Games Services

By Ben Frenkel, Google Play Games team Hey game developers, back in March you may remember we added new game statistics in the Google Play Developer Console for those of you who had implemented Google Play Games: our cross-platform game...Show More Summary

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