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Google I/O is a developer-centric conference. We have seen that most of the innovative announcements made at the event. The news directly affects or improve the experience of Google’s customers. This year was also no exception. Google I/O has kicked off with some interesting product announcements and updates. Many of the new techs revealed at
After the release of Android Studio in 2013, developers found a strong support. A support for developing an app. This IDE (Integrated Development Environment) from Google provides the perfect platform for native android app development. Equipped with the most prolific features along with advanced characteristics it has offered a boost to the development environment. Cloud
Mobile app manufacturers around the world are focusing more on enhancing the customer experience when it comes to offering them a complete app solution. This characteristic is unique irrespective of any mobile operating system for which an app is developed. To keep up in pace with the global demand, even the process of android app
As per a report, on the first quarter of 2016, 17.2 billion apps were downloaded. Out of those, 11.1 billion were Android apps. Though most of these downloads mostly comprised of games, but the figures prove the growing popularity of such android apps all over the world today. Developers are looking for more advanced tools
“iOS is stale compared to Android! It needs fresh ideas!” (Says Wired) Last year we heard such comments repeatedly in popular tech or app blogs. That’s surely a much-debated topic, but open minded will recommend Apple and Google to swap a few ideas to enrich their OS, as none of the brand can get an upper-hand