Tag: develop

Advanced in-app billing: handling alternative purchase flows

Verifying your Google Assistant media action integrations on Android

Congrats to the new Android Excellence apps and games on Google Play

Android P Beta 2 and final APIs!

Cryptography Changes in Android P

Phasing out legacy recommendations on Android TV

Welcoming Android 8.1 Oreo and Android Oreo (Go edition)

Video Playback with the Google Assistant on Android TV

Introducing Android Native Development Kit r16

Understanding the performance benefits of ConstraintLayout

Introducing Android 8.0 Oreo

Meet 5 Android developers working to improve lives around the world

Android Announces Support for Kotlin

Android Studio 3.0 Canary 1

What’s New in Android: O Developer Preview 2 & More

Keeping up to Date with the the Support Library

Keeping up to Date with the Support Library

Get a sneak peek at Android Nougat 7.1.2

App Security Improvements: Looking back at 2016

Introducing the ExifInterface Support Library

Announcing updates to Google’s Internet of Things platform: Android Things and Weave

CMake and ndk-build support in Android Studio 2.2

Now available: Android 7.1 Developer Preview

Android N APIs are now final, get your apps ready for Android N!

Enhancing Android Pay APIs

Improving the Security and User Experience of your Google Sign In Implementation

Designing for Multi-Window

Registering OAuth clients for Google Sign-In

Android Support Library 23.2

Android Studio 2.0 Preview: Android Emulator

Hungering for Game Utilities?

Play Games Loot Drop for Developers

Announcing the Android Auto Desktop Head Unit

Get the Do’s and Don’ts for Notifications from Game Developer Seriously

Develop a sweet spot for Marshmallow: Official Android 6.0 SDK & Final M Preview

An update on Eclipse Android Developer Tools

More Material Design with Topeka for Android

Android Design Support Library

A Closer Look at Google Play services 7.5

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