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How are the Android Go Apps Different from Regular Apps

On Developing an App Like Android Go and How it is Different from Regular Android

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At the I/O Conference in 2017 Google had made an official announcement introducing Android Go. Android Go is an app that would run easily on low-budget Android devices. Google launched the Android Go in order to target the common users.

Top 10 Features Expected from Android Q

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Android Pie or Android 9.0 arrived earlier this year. The update was already made available on Pixel phones right after the announcements. All the Pixel phones like Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2 XL were given out the update.

Building Instant Apps will Now be Easier – Thanks to the New Updates From Google

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Last week there was news that was making rounds about Google launching some new features in order to make it easier for the developers to develop apps. The new additions will let the users build apps that can load quickly and can also be released instantly without any hassle. So the developers will be able to build smaller apps that can be downloaded even faster. The instant release of the apps will also allow the target users to try a new app without actually installing it.

Take a Look on How Google is Remodelling Gmail and Android Security

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A part that Google plays in our tech lives and the way it supports it with its several tools is huge. A large number of tech tools that we are utilizing now are provided by none other than Google. So obviously, with so much information, there comes in the responsibility to take care of the data provided by the users. Very recently, Google revealed that it is planning to revamp most used product, which is Gmail for the Android users so that it can prove to be more secure for its users.

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Android Oreo Is Almost Here And You Can Expect It On Your Phone Soon

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Android Oreo

Android Oreo, that’s the official name of the next version of the OS, is now out for developers. It is said that the Android Oreo has entered the carrier testing phase for both Pixel and Nexus. So updates for the latest Nexus and Pixel devices can be seen soon.

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Google’s New Android Experiments – A New Showcase for Innovative Open Source Projects!

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Android Experiments

Having recently become a subsidiary of Alphabet, Google is trying to focus back on its core businesses which includes Android, Google Search, and YouTube. Android Experiments is the latest initiative by the web giant, which is dedicated to encouraging projects built from the operating system, and meant for open source.

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Now Enjoy a Multitude of Exciting Features with the New Android M

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Android M

Mobile devices have completely taken over the reigns of our life. Today, users make use of mobile phones to perform a myriad of tasks, from clinching business deals to shopping for groceries, booking flight tickets to playing the newest games, listening to all-time hit songs to watching the latest movies.