Five Changes Coming to Android Development

by Developer.com Staff

At the I/O conference, Google announced a number of changes to its mobile development platform.

During last week's I/O developer conference, Google announced a number of changes that will affect Android developers. Here are five of the most noteworthy improvements to the platform:

  1. Staged rollouts--Android developers can now easily manage alpha and beta tests of new apps and upgrades.
  2. Localization services--It's now easy to connect with translation services.
  3. Better revenue charts--Devs can now see how much they made on a particular day.
  4. Tablet usage info--Developers can also view screen size and density info for their tablet users.
  5. Optimization tips--Google Play now offers insight that could help mobile development firms improve their apps' performance.

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This article was originally published on Monday May 20th 2013
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