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  • Android Studio 2.0 nears final release, in beta channel now

    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

    February 8, 2016 • Views: 3160

  • Google gives a sneak peek of Android Studio 2.0

    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

    November 24, 2015 • Views: 3609

  • Twitter co-founder wants developers to come back 

    It wasn’t too long ago when Twitter decided that app developers were having too much fun with their data and decided to limit and even restrict access to their API, leading some of these third-party apps to eventually close

    July 15, 2015 • Views: 527

  • Google’s new app rating system now live on web, mobile

    A few months back, Google told developers that there will now be a new app rating system, based on which region you submitted the app to. The questionnaire that they submitted will be reviewed by the appropriate body and then the

    June 1, 2015 • Views: 557

  • Google to have app ratings based on age, region

    In an effort to better serve both developers and users, Google announced that they will be implementing a new app rating system that will be based on age and region, and not a universal standard. “Appropriate” content

    March 17, 2015 • Views: 505

  • Google Play Services 6.5 rolling out with new APIs

    The new version of Google Play Services will help you build better apps, or at least that’s what Google’s plan is as they release an addendum to version 6 of Google Play Services. Included in the new batch of APIs will be new

    December 9, 2014 • Views: 757

  • Android Studio IDE reaches the big version 1.0 milestone

    Google’s new preferred and official Integrated Development Environment (IDE) has finally reached its first stable release. With Android Studio 1.0, beginning Android developers have less hurdles to overcome when starting

    December 9, 2014 • Views: 893

  • Google Play Store now shows IAP price range, dev address

    As hinted before, Google has finally pushed changes to Play Store, both on the web and on mobile, that try to assuage the concerns and complaints of consumer rights advocates and government bodies. These changes include a simple

    October 1, 2014 • Views: 1147

  • Early Gear VR games will come without price tags

    Aspiring Gear VR game developers beware. If you plan on jumping on this new, interesting, yet still unproven platform, you might be waiving your right to monetize your product, at least for the time being. This is due to a

    September 25, 2014 • Views: 809

  • MediaTek Labs debuts with LinkIt platform in tow

    MediaTek has announced that it has launched a new global initiative to allow developers of varying skill levels to create Internet of Things devices and wearables. The new global initiative is called MediaTek Labs and the program

    September 23, 2014 • Views: 677