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Android Instant Apps: Changing the App development Landscape

Google announces some pretty interesting things at its I/O conference every year. Android Instant Apps is one of the things that really got my attention as it is compatible not only with the upcoming Android N but also with older versions of the popular mobile operating system. Instant Apps were first introduced at Google’s I/O […]

Kotlin vs. Java: Android Programming Language

For developers, what can be more exhilarating than a new programming language. Just like Java was named after the Java Island, Kotlin’s name comes from the Kotlin Island, thus starting the conflict between these two. We have covered some comparisons between these two languages. In Java, Groovy and Scala both are powerful and versatile languages […]

Android Developers: 3 latest new features in Android

Many new updates happened for Android developers lately after Google I/O. Initially there was no restriction on some features but now they have updated them with some restrictions. We have covered new features and the old features as well with new restrictions. Here are the old features with new restrictions: • Background Execution Limits Whenever […]

Make sure your Apps are ready for Android 7.1.1

  Developing with Android 7.1.1 Nougat Final Release Android 7.1.1 an update to Android Nougat along with the Android 7.1.1 source code to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) is now officially released, so that device makers can get their hands on the latest version of Android. With Android 7.1.1 officially on its way to users, it’s […]