Tag: App Development

Android Studio 3.0 teased at Google I/O 2017, Kotlin language now supported

There are lots of things to see at Google I/O 2017, particularly if you are an Android app developer. Google showed a sneak peek...

Google Play Games trims out unneeded elements, streamlines services

Google is streamlining Google Play Games to make it more efficient and relevant for game developers out there. With that, it will be trimming...

Google launches Android Studio 2.3 with a couple of new features in tow

Just today, Google launched (or updated, as may be the case) Android Studio to version 2.3, the newest version of its integrated development environment...

Google rolls out Associate Android Developer Certification program

The Associate Android Developer Certification program was announced at Google I/Co 2016, but it seems that it’s only now that the mothership is intentionally...

Udacity updates Android Developer course, better resources and more apps to build

Udacity is a partner of Android and Google in putting out online classes for developing Android apps. They are one of the more popular...

Android Studio 2.2 now available for download

Android developers can grab a big update to Android Studio today, if they’re so inclined. Google just announced the availability of Android Studio version...

Google Play Developer Console gets new review notifications, new language analytics available

Most of us probably won’t use the Google Play Developer Console app, unless you are an app developer and your app is on the...

Google Cast SDK 3.0 released to developers

The Google Cast SDK, that set of tools which developers can use to utilize Google’s Cast feature, has been there or thereabouts the past...

Android Basics Nanodegree is an Android developer course for novices

Google and Udacity have come together in multiple efforts to bring Android development closer to people, and this new effort is again aimed at...

Android Studio 2.2, Android N Developer Preview 3 announced at I/O 2016

As the Google I/O conference keeps rolling along, we’re getting treated to a lot of announcements. These next two pertain firstly to Android Studio...

Android Studio 2.1 launches, now with support for Android N Developer Preview

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...

Genymobile launches cloud-based Android emulator for developers

Most developers will be familiar with Genymobile, as they were one of the few outfits out there to actually put out a good working...