Devbytes: Android Auto Audio

Devbytes: Android Auto Audio

WAYNE PIEKARSKI: Hi. Did you know that developers can now add Android Auto support to their applications? I’m Wayne Piekarski from Google, and in this Devbyte, I’m going to show you how easy it is to modify your existing audio application to work with the new media APIs that’ll make it work with Android Auto.

Secrets to App & Game Success on Google Play (Android Dev Summit 2015)

Secrets to App & Game Success on Google Play (Android Dev Summit 2015)

ANDREAS PREUER: Good morning, everybody. Thank you so much for coming to Secrets to Apps and Game Success on Google Play. My name is on Andreas Preuer. This is Brian Quimby. We both work on Google Play in business development and help game and app developers to be successful on the platform. So I guess

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

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,

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 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

DevBytes: Android L Developer Preview – Camera2 API

DevBytes: Android L Developer Preview – Camera2 API

ANKUR KOTWAL: The Camera2 API in Android L gives you immense control of the camera. I’m Ankur Kotwal, a developer advocate at Google, and I’d like to show you how amazing these APIs are. But first, let’s look at the Kit Kat camera API. It really was designed for the straightforward point and shoot camera

Voice search in your app

Voice search in your app

JAREK WILKIEWICZ: This is how users search the web on the desktop. And this is how many users search on mobile, OK, Google. In fact, a recent study shows that 55% of teens, and 41% of adults, already use Voice Search more than once per day. At Google we always look for innovative ways to