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Calling all early adopters for Android Studio previews

Posted by Scott Main, Technical Writer If you love trying out all of the newest features in Android Studio and helping us make it a better IDE, we're making it even easier to download early preview builds with a new website. Here, you...Show More Summary

5 tips for building communities on mobile

Posted by Dave Geffon, Partnerships Manager, Google Play Games The most successful games usually have the strongest communities. They are a powerful force in driving additional engagement and increasing awareness for your titles. At GDC 2017, we spoke with a few game developers about best practices for successfully building their own communities. Show More Summary

5 Tips for Launching Successful Apps and Games on Google Play

Posted by Adam Gutterman, Go-To-Market Strategic Lead, Google Play Games Last month at the Game Developers Conference (GDC), we held a developer panel focused on sharing best practices for building successful app and game businesses....Show More Summary

Diverse protections for a diverse ecosystem: Android Security 2016 Year in Review

Posted by Adrian Ludwig & Mel Miller, Android Security Team Today, we're sharing the third annual Android Security Year In Review, a comprehensive look at our work to protect more than 1.4 billion Android users and their data. Our goal is simple: keep our users safe. Show More Summary

Introducing Android Native Development Kit r14

Posted by Dan Albert, Android NDK Tech Lead Android NDK r14 The latest version of the Android Native Development Kit (NDK), Android NDK r14, is now available for download. It is also available in the SDK manager via Android Studio. So...Show More Summary

O-MG, the Developer Preview of Android O is here!

Posted by Dave Burke, VP of Engineering Since the first launch in 2008, the Android project has thrived on the incredible feedback from our vibrant ecosystems of app developers and device makers, as well as of course our users. MoreShow More Summary

Android Developer Story: LinkedIn uses Android Studio to build a performant app

Posted by Christopher Katsaros, Developer Marketing, Android LinkedIn is the world's largest social network for professionals. LinkedIn has 10 apps on Google Play, including the flagship LinkedIn app, which provides all of the same features...Show More Summary

Grow your app or game business on Google Play with new best practices

Posted by Dom Elliott, Developer Marketing, Google Play We've updated the Android Developers website with some useful information about Google Play and the Google Play Developer Console for new and existing developers alike. Visit the...Show More Summary

Future of Java 8 Language Feature Support on Android

Posted by James Lau, Product Manager At Google, we always try to do the right thing. Sometimes this means adjusting our plans. We know how much our Android developer community cares about good support for Java 8 language features, and...Show More Summary

Android Studio 2.3

By Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android Android Studio 2.3 is available to download today. The focus for this release is quality improvements across the IDE. We are grateful for all your feedback so far. We are committed to continuing...Show More Summary

Getting Santa Tracker Into Shape

Posted by Sam Stern, Developer Programs Engineer Santa Tracker is a holiday tradition at Google. In addition to bringing seasonal joy to millions of users around the world, it's a yearly testing ground for the latest APIs and techniques in app development. Show More Summary

Welcome to Google Developer Day at Game Developer Conference 2017

Posted by Paul Bankhead, Director, Product Management, Google Play Mobile gaming is more popular than ever. Over the past year, we saw breakout hits, including Pokemon GO, Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes, Clash Royale and Reigns introduce new, high quality gaming experiences on Google Play. Show More Summary

Keeping up to Date with the the Support Library

Posted by Agustin Fonts, Product Manager, Android Support Library It's important to keep current when you're dealing with technology. That’s why we're constantly working to improve the quality of our software, particularly libraries that are linked into your apps, such as the Support Library. Show More Summary

Publish your app with confidence from the Google Play Developer Console

Posted by Kobi Glick, Product Manager, Google Play Publishing a new app, or app update, is an important and exciting milestone for every developer. In order to make the process smoother and more trackable, we're announcing the launch of a new way to publish apps on Google Play with some new features. Show More Summary

Build flexible layouts with FlexboxLayout

Posted by Takeshi Hagikura, Developer Programs Engineer At Google I/O last year we announced ConstraintLayout, which enables you to build complex layouts while maintaining a flat view hierarchy. It is also fully supported in AndroidShow More Summary

And the winners of the Google Play Indie Games Contest in Europe are...

Posted by Matteo Vallone, Google Play Games Business Development Today, at Saatchi Gallery in London, we hosted the final event of the first Google Play Indie Games Contest in Europe. The 20 finalists, selected from nearly 1000 submissions, came from 12 countries to showcase their games to an excited room of gamers, industry experts and press. Show More Summary

Tips for building high-quality and accessible financial services apps

Posted by Joel Newman & Ashraf Hassan, Strategic Partnerships, Finance, Google Play Millions of people around the globe have limited or no access to basic financial services to enable them to manage their day-to-day finances. MobileShow More Summary

Android Wear 2.0 is here with new hardware features!

Posted by Hoi Lam, Lead Developer Advocate, Android Wear Today, we are releasing the final SDK for Android Wear 2.0. In this release, we have added support for the new hardware features announced yesterday. If you have not done so already,...Show More Summary

Android Things Developer Preview 2

Posted by Wayne Piekarski, Developer Advocate for IoT Today we are releasing Developer Preview 2 (DP2) for Android Things, bringing new features and bug fixes to the platform. We are committed to providing regular updates to developers, and aim to have new preview releases approximately every 6-8 weeks. Show More Summary

Get ready for Google Developer Day at GDC 2017

Posted by Noah Falstein, Chief Game Designer at Google The Game Developers Conference (GDC) kicks off on Monday, February 27th with our annual Google Developer Day. Join us as we demonstrate how new devices, platforms, and ools are helping...Show More Summary

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