Get the Google Play Console app



Get access to your app data when you need it, including installs,
uninstalls, crashes, and ratings. Get push notifications to keep you
informed of crucial business updates, like when your app update is live on Google Play. And you can even reply to reviews directly in the app, making it easier to engage your audience. The Google Play Console app is the mobile version of the Google Play Console.

Get the Google Play Console app on Google Play today: http://g.co/play/consoleapp

#GooglePlay #PlayConsole #PlayConsoleApp #app #apps #games
#DeveloperConsole #Android #developer

Developing Android apps online course (updated!)



This is the trailer for the Developing Android apps online course, created by Google and Udacity. Learn Android fundamentals and develop an Android app with Google experts, using a blend of theory and practice that help you build great apps the right way.

Learn best practices for building Android apps using Android 7.0 while keeping your apps backwards compatible in older versions.

In the latest update to the course, we added new lessons for the Constraint Layout editor and Firebase Job Dispatcher. We restructured the lessons and added smaller apps for you to build as you progress through the course. Not only will you build the Sunshine weather app as a complete, integrated application that spans the entire course, but you’ll also create an app in each lesson to help you learn individual concepts.

Take the Developing Android app development course at https://www.udacity.com/course/ud851

For all courses developed by Udacity and Google, see udacity.com/google

Subscribe to the Android Developers channel at http://goo.gl/GEh1ds

Advanced Android App Development



Creating a functional Android app and a great Android app are two different things, but only one of them will help you engage and delight users. Take the Advanced Android App Development course created by Udacity, in collaboration with Google, to learn how to make your app stand out with the kind of polish that leads to success in the Google Play store.

This new course builds on what you learned in Developing Android Apps, and teaches how to productionize and polish your app. You’ll learn about product quality, accessibility and localization, material design, using libraries, and building an optimized, total experience for your users.

Take the Advanced Android app development course at https://www.udacity.com/course/ud855

For all courses developed by Udacity and Google, see udacity.com/google

Subscribe to the Android Developers channel at http://goo.gl/GEh1ds

Developing apps for Android TV



Android TV brings a large screen, cinematic experience to Android apps. It runs the same Android operating system you already know and love. Take this course, developed by Udacity and Google, to learn how to use the Leanback library to make building a great TV UI fast and easy for your Android apps and games. You’ll also learn how to make your app discoverable on Android TV.

Take the Android TV and Cast Development course at https://www.udacity.com/course/ud875B

For all courses developed by Udacity and Google, see udacity.com/google

Subscribe to the Android Developers channel at http://goo.gl/GEh1ds

10 tips on how to design and develop your news app



This is part of our three part video series which includes actionable tips and can learn best practices for developing, launching and monetising a high quality News app. Other videos include 10 tips to help you launch your News app and start gaining readers and 10 tips to engage your readers and monetize your News app.
0:28 – Develop a native app
0:53 – Run your apps instantly without installation
1:30 – Create a simple, yet targeted User Experience
1:55 – Use Material design principles to create a sense of familiarity
2:36 – Make it easy for readers to share your content
3:09 – Make some content available offline
3:39 – Re-engage your readers with rich notifications
4:18 – Optimize your app for tablets
4:56 – Request readers permissions at Run time
5:42 – Onboard your readers effectively

▶ Find out tips and resources to help you develop a successful news mobile strategy in the News Publisher Playbook [g.co/play/newspublisherplaybook]
▶ Watch more videos in the tips for success on Google Play series [https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWz5rJ2EKKc_ElGrEtiEXc83m1SeYu3-Q]
▶ Get the Playbook for Developers app to find success on Google Play [http://g.co/play/getplaybookapp]

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Parents Learning To Build Android Apps



At Google’s “Take Your Parents to Work” Day, over 200 parents started building their own Android app. Many of them had no prior coding experience.

If you also want to learn how to build Android apps, check out the Udacity Android for Beginners course. Click on the “Access Course Materials” button to get started for free! https://goo.gl/zGZkB4

Subscribe to the Android Developers channel at http://goo.gl/GEh1ds

Build the Next Generation of Mobile Web



There’s a new way to deliver amazing user experiences on the web. Progressive Web Apps are fast, reliable and engaging. The future is here, go out and build it.

For more information on Web Developer resources, please visit: https://developers.google.com/web
Subscribe to the channel: https://www.youtube.com/chromedevelopers

Add Google Maps to your Android app



Maps on mobile devices not only provide a local map in your pocket, but also a map of the entire world down to street level. Take this course, built by Udacity and Google, to learn how to add maps to your Android app. Packed with practical advice and code samples, this course leads you through adding maps to using the street view API to building a virtual hike all the way down the Grand Canyon.

Take the course at https://www.udacity.com/course/ud876-4

For all courses developed by Udacity and Google, see udacity.com/google

Subscribe to the Android Developers channel at http://goo.gl/GEh1ds

#location

Android Developer Story: Sendy uses Google Play features to build for the next billion users



Founded in Kenya, Sendy is an on-demand couriering platform connecting customers and logistics providers. Watch CEO & Co-founder, Meshack Alloys, and Android Developer, Jason Rogena, explain how they use Google Play Console features, such as alpha and beta testing, as well as other tips and best practices, to build for the next billion users.

Learn more about building for billions and get more tips to grow your games business: https://goo.gl/4MwkZj

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Gradle for Android and Java course



This course explores how the Gradle build tool compiles and packages apps, and you’ll learn to customize the build process. The first half of this course is for anyone interested in Gradle, build automation, and continuous delivery of software.

The latter half of the course reveals the magic that happens after you hit the “Run” button in Android Studio. You’ll also explore advanced Android topics, learning to configure free vs paid app flavors, create and integrate Android libraries, test your app, and prepare your app for the Play Store.

Take the course at https://www.udacity.com/course/ud867.

For all courses developed by Udacity and Google, see udacity.com/google

Subscribe to the Android Developers channel at http://goo.gl/GEh1ds