What’s New in Android Studio 3.0

What’s New in Android Studio 3.0

WOJTEK KALICINSKI: Android Studio 3.0 is finally ready for download in the stable channel. It brings about many improvements that will make developer experience smoother, but also some important changes that might require attention. Android Studio 3 is the first release in which we’ve added Kotlin support out of the box, and we turn on

Android Developer Story: musiXmatch drives user engagement through innovation

Android Developer Story: musiXmatch drives user engagement through innovation

[MUSIC PLAYING] MAX CIOCIOLA: My name is Max Ciociola. I’m the CEO and founder of musiXmatch. My daily job is to follow the product team and build the best experience we can around music and lyrics. The app is called musiXmatch because we match your music with lyrics. And we show you the lyrics while

Navigation Drawer, DrawerLayout, and NavigationView (Android Development Patterns Ep 8)

Navigation Drawer, DrawerLayout, and NavigationView (Android Development Patterns Ep 8)

JOANNA SMITH: Screen real estate on devices is pretty scarce, and material design encourages apps to have a simpler and cleaner look. But this can make it difficult for users to discover all of the options your app offers. I’m Joanna Smith, and this is exactly why you should consider a navigation drawer. A navigation

Android Developer Story: Shifty Jelly — Building a No. 1 Podcasting App

Android Developer Story: Shifty Jelly — Building a No. 1 Podcasting App

[MUSIC PLAYING] RUSSELL IVANOVIC: We had this point we thought, if we don’t make the jump now, when are you going to have another opportunity like this? So, yeah, we decided to start our own company. I’m Russell. I work at Shifty Jelly, and I’m a co-founder here. But, more importantly than that, I’m one

Android Developer Story: Hutch improves player engagement with beta testing

Android Developer Story: Hutch improves player engagement with beta testing

[Music] we saw an opportunity in 2011 when mobile was getting very very exciting and that really gave us the energy to start Hutch we are a mobile studio based in London and a lot of people in studio are petrol heads all they do is talk about cars so we’re wholly focused on racing

Android Developer Story: Made for India

Android Developer Story: Made for India

As you know India is a land of about 1.3 billion people, has a big demographic divide with people of multiple income levels, multiple literacy levels, multiple languages. What technology can do is to create a common layer and can actually improve the quality of life of people. I think the greatest tool we have

What’s new in Android Wear 2.0? – Google I/O 2016

What’s new in Android Wear 2.0? – Google I/O 2016

DAN KOULOMZIN: Hello everybody. Hi. Oh, thank you. Thank you. Big warm welcome to everybody who’s here in person, and a big shout out to everyone watching online– hi, mom. This is What’s New in Android Wear 2.0. I’m Dan Koulomzin. I’m the tech lead for System UI on Android Wear. BRETT LIDER: And I’m

Android Developer Story: Money Forward improves user engagement and user security on Google Play

Android Developer Story: Money Forward improves user engagement and user security on Google Play

We all have apprehensions when it comes to money. So I thought, why not use technology to help with that? Money Forward lets you manage your financial information from bank accounts to credit cards, bonds, and loyalty points all from one app. With just a glance at your smartphone, you can check everything instantly your

Using Fonts in Android

Using Fonts in Android

SPEAKER: Fonts can play an important role in branding your app, but using custom fonts used to be quite complicated. On top of this, having the font files bundled in your app increased your APK size considerably. With Android O and Support Library 26 or above, we have added support for two new features– fonts

Android Developer Story: Remind – Growing with Android and Google Play

Android Developer Story: Remind – Growing with Android and Google Play

[MUSIC PLAYING] DAVID KOPF: Starting your company is kind of like riding a bike in San Francisco. You’re going up this hill, and you’re looking at the top, and then you get to it, and you feel good you’ve accomplished whatever goal. But a second later, then you catch your breath, and you look up,