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How your Android app developers should prepare for Android O

How your Android app development company should prepare for Android O

So what is this Android O? Android O is the latest Android mobile OS scheduled to be released in Q3 of 2017. It is the new and powerful version of Android which is highly optimized performance. Android O is the best way to make futuristic Android apps. Though there is still some time before it is finally released there are some initial developer previews that might help in Android app development.

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Kotlin: a new programming language ready to rule Android’s ecosystem

Kotlin: a new programming language ready to rule Android’s ecosystem

This is something exciting! A language, developed by JetBrains and adopted lovingly by mobile app developers over the years, is now officially a part of Google’s Android Studio. Kotlin is important in many senses. Some may consider it a headache as they have to learn ‘another’ language to survive in Android’s ecosystem but most of the app developers are welcoming this advancement with open hands.

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What Android app developers need to know about Android O Preview 4

What Android app developers need to know about Android O Preview 4

In what will likely be of interest to Android developers around the world, Google has recently announced the arrival of Android O Preview 4. Providing much-needed insight into the future capabilities of the Android O Developer platform has been quite popular and well-received by the mobile app developer community, particularly amongst professional Android app developers who are ready to begin developing new titles for distribution with this cutting-edge release.

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Top mobile app development companies report: Android O

Top mobile app development companies report: Android O

The unveiling of Google’s latest OS Android O has caused a lot of hype. This isn’t a surprise considering the significance Android has on mobiles everywhere, giving Android app developers a stable platform for their designs. Though Google has yet to reveal what exactly the ‘O’ in the Android O stands for, the excitement for the latest operating system can be owed to the release of three developer previews into the market.

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Kotlin, the newly minted Android coding language

Kotlin, the newly minted Android coding language

The Android operating system has long been known for providing mobile app development companies with an “all-access” pass to one of the world’s most powerful coding platforms. Android has opened the doors to a more diverse array of hardware and software engagement, particularly when compared to the more restrictive Apple OS. Although Android has long been capable of hosting a variety of apps built in both Java and C++, the recent popularization of Kotlin, a Java-based programming language introduced in 2011, has dramatically redefined the scope and intuitiveness of Android at large.

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What mobile app development companies need to know for the second half of 2017

What mobile app development companies have to keep in mind for the second half of 2017

2017 has already proven itself to be a dynamic year for mobile app developers. As Augmented/Virtual Reality further penetrate into the consumer marketplace, mobile app developers are finding themselves with an increasingly broad array of opportunities and challenges alike on their quest to distinguish themselves in what is easily one of the most competitive industries in existence today.

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Every mobile app conference until the end of 2017

Every app developers conference for the next months

Every year mobile app developers from all over the world flock to conferences like Google I/O and iOS app developers conference WWDC to keep abreast of the latest and greatest developments in the mobile app development industry. These conferences have grown from mere gatherings of like-minded individuals to full-blown events, that in some cases comes off as a cross between a fashion show and a tech conference. Manufacturers, publishers and vendors use these shows not just to discuss new technology, updates to old ones and exchange ideas, but also as places to unveil new products and services that they are offering to both developers and public alike.

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News for developers about Google I/O

Google I/O 2017

The long-awaited Google I/O finally went down recently near the company’s headquarters, the aptly named Googleplex, in Mountainview, California. The annual event is first and foremost a developer conference, but it also had a little bit of something for everyone else. The usual suspects were there; Android Wear, Google Assistant, Google TV and Google Home. There was plenty of SDK talk as well, but all eyes and ears were on the new, upcoming Android OS. The somewhat covertly-named Android O (which will most likely stand for Oreo) is currently in Beta and is set for release later this year.

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Android filters in the new Play Store version

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Have you recently browsed through your installed apps and noticed that you still have Pokémon Go on there even though you haven’t opened it for months? Chances are that it’s not the only errant or forgotten app in your smartphone. Don’t worry, this behavior of collecting and casually forgetting about older or less used mobile apps is not a localized problem. In fact, Google has noticed it as well and believed that it could do a better job at helping Android users manage the apps in their phones. Scrolling through a seemingly endless list of mobile apps, then entering each app to uninstall it, only to return to the main list to continue to the hunt for wayward apps seems like a daunting task, and for many it is. It takes time, patience and attention, all the things that users these days seem to possess very little of.

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How, what and why Android Instant Apps

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Ever since the launch of Android, Google has never looked back and continued to surprise the world with interesting tools, tricks, concepts and updates. One exciting concept that is rowing the present is Android Instant Apps that are all set to disrupt the entire technology landscape.

If interested in reaping the benefits, there are lots for the mobile app developers to explore, experiment and implement in the code. Hitting the headlines since May 2016, the concept is believed to bridge the gap between the mobile web and mobile applications, creating a win-win situation for both users as well as for mobile app developers.

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