What’s New in Android Security (Google I/O ’17)

What’s New in Android Security (Google I/O ’17)

[MUSIC PLAYING] ADRIAN LUDWIG: Welcome this afternoon to our talk on Android security. My name is Adrian. I work on Android security. Xiaowen will be joining us in just a minute as well. It’s going to be a bit of a whirlwind tour. If I talk too fast or Xiaowen talks too fast I apologize,

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

Bring your Android app to Android TV in minutes – Google I/O 2016

Bring your Android app to Android TV in minutes – Google I/O 2016

WAYNE PIEKARSKI: Hi, everyone. How are y’all doing? We’re having a good I/O. So thanks for coming here. So let’s get started with this session. So our session, today, is all about bringing Android apps over to Android TV. So my name’s Wayne Piekarski. And I’m a Developer Advocate at Google. And I work in

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 battery and memory optimizations – Google I/O 2016

Android battery and memory optimizations – Google I/O 2016

ASHISH SHARMA: Welcome. And thank you for coming. And first of all, I want to thank everyone of you to have waited patiently outside and in the line. I know it’s really hot. So thank you for that. My name is Ashish Sharma. And I’m the tech lead of the Volta team inside Android. And

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 Studio 3.0 Canary 1

Android Studio 3.0 Canary 1

SPEAKER: This is Android Tool Time, Google AO edition where we announced a preview of the new Android Studio 3.0, now available for download in the Canary channel. We decided to bump the major version to 3.0, thanks to the many new features and some breaking changes that we’re introducing in this release. We’ve been

Android Developer Story: Wallapop increases installs with store listing  experiments on Google Play

Android Developer Story: Wallapop increases installs with store listing experiments on Google Play

[gentle music] Gomez: Wallapop is app with a simple concept. Just consists on a flea market on your mobile phone and every item is localized. On your mobile device, Wallapop simulates a walk around your neighborhood and you start discovering the stuff that your neighbors are selling. Really provides this impulsive buying behavior. Very different

What’s New in the Android 8.1 Developer Preview

What’s New in the Android 8.1 Developer Preview

DAN GALPIN: Android 8.1 Oreo contains a targeted set of enhancements, including optimizations for Android Go and a new Neural Networks API. We’ve also included a few smaller enhancements in response to user and developer feedback. Android 8.1 includes memory optimizations for Android Go– hardware that has one gigabyte or less of RAM. For example,

Android Developer Story: ClassDojo

Android Developer Story: ClassDojo

SAM CHAUDHARY: ClassDojo is a platform that helps teachers and parents build character strengths with kids. Teachers use the ClassDojo mobile app to give kids positive feedback in the classroom for all the things they’re doing well. And then they collect all this data, which they share with parents at home. LIAM DON: We probably