Google has announced the latest stable release of Android Studio, dubbed "Chipmunk". Although it's not a huge update, it packs many nifty improvements and a new version of the IntelliJ platform.
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To prevent bad actors from stealing confidential user data, Google is planning to introduce new restrictions on the use of Accessibility API with Android 13. This will affect sideloaded apps.
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Google has announced that it's reducing the commission Play Store developers have to pay from 30% to 15% for revenue numbers below $1 million. Apple made a similar move late last year.
Google has announced that Android Auto app developers can now launch their apps to a wider audience by selecting an open testing track in the Play Console. It'll soon open these apps for everyone.
Google has announced the latest update for Android Studio. With this update, the firm decided to introduce just a couple of new features while refining those it added before to improve performance.
Microsoft has brought AI-powered downloadable translations packs for Android, iOS, and Amazon Fire users of its Translator app. Support for Windows devices will also be announced soon.
Google today announced that it will be ending support for its Eclipse Android Developer Tools. They will be replaced by Android Studio 2.2, which is Google's own integrated development environment.
Android 6.0 was released in early October - but the latest version of the OS is now installed on just 1.2% of active devices, indicating an even slower rollout rate than Android 5.0 Lollipop.