Google has rolled out Android Studio 4.2 in the stable channel with a bunch of new features such as support for multiple device deployment and enhancements to Database Inspector, among other things.
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The latest Android Studio is now available in the Canary channel. The release brings a new version and codename of "Arctic Fox". Under the previous versioning system, this would have been version 4.3.
Google has released Android Studio 4.1, which comes with a host of bug fixes and new features including a Database Inspector, standalone profilers, and foldable Android Emulator devices.
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 today announced new preview SDKs and emulators for its upcoming dual-screen devices, the Surface Duo and the Surface Neo. The Surface Duo emulator is available to install today.
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Today, Google announced that moving forward, it will only support 64-bit versions of Android Studio. The 32-bit version will be deprecated at the end of the year, and will be discontinued in 2020.
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Today, Google introduced version 3.0 of its integrated development environment, Android Studio. It includes support for the Kotlin language, Java 8 features, Instant Apps, and more.
Android Studio 3.0 Canary 1, an early preview of the next version of Google's IDE, is now available, bringing a wide range of additions and enhancements over the last stable release, version 2.3.
Google has released a stable version of Android Studio 2.3, the latest version of its integrated development environment (IDE). The new build brings a trove of improvements and significant tweaks.
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.
Google has released version 2.2 of Android Studio, which focuses on "speeds, smarts and Android platform support." This updated version includes support for all the latest Android Nougat 7.0 features.
Google has released Android Studio 2.0, the second major iteration of the official Android IDE. There's quite a few new features, including Instant Run, a faster Android Emulator, and more.