Considering a lot of things – Android Studio 2.1 was just in beta last month, and the major 2.0 update just arrived early April – it’s really cool that Android Studio 2.1 is not out in stable format for everybody to enjoy.
Most developers will be familiar with Genymobile, as they were one of the few outfits out there to actually put out a good working Android emulator system for app developers. Genymobile is back now with a new proposition –
It took a while for it to get here, but make no mistake about it – Android Studio 2.0 is now officially out. Google’s official development tool spent almost four months in beta, with the developing team wanting to make sure
If you would have to take a guess as to how much an app that will just randomly point you left or right, you probably would think this can actually be done for free. But of course we know something as simple as that will probably
Google recently announced some new features of Google Play Games and those are bound to make the lives of game developers a lot easier. The new ad tools and features were announced on Developer Day at the Game Developers
One of the things that keeps a semblance of control within the Google Play Store is how Google enforces its policies on developers and apps. If you think the Play Store is chaotic now, imagine it without Google’s enforced
At Microsoft’s Build Developer Conference last year, it was announced that Microsoft was looking at an easier way to port Android apps to the Windows 10 ecosystem. This was called the Windows Bridge for Android, or “Project
Android Studio 2.0 is one of the most awaited apps from Google for developers this early part of the year. It has been gaining momentum since the app was announced at the Android Developer’s Summit in November, and most
Given the size of the Android ecosystem, it’s a wonder how app developers are even able to test out their apps early in the development phase. Before this new release, Google’s own emulator was clunky and unusable at best.
Google gave all of us today access to the preview release of Android Studio, the mothership’s recommended developer ecosystem for creating apps for mobile. One of Android Studio’s strengths is its focus on speed of delivery