Topic: android

Google shares info about upcoming Android Privacy Sandbox Beta

Google has been attempting to provide better ways to protect user privacy while also still providing advertisers with ways to serve relevant content to users. Its solution to reducing third-party tracking is the Privacy Sandbox. Earlier this year, it announced it was bringing Privacy Sandbox to Android and since then it has released a few … continue reading

Uno Platform 4.6 adds support for .NET 7

With the release of Uno Platform 4.6, Uno will add support for .NET 7 when it launches on November 8th.  The support consists of two parts: one is for WebAssembly and Skia (Gtk+WPF), the software library for graphics processing, and the other is for Mobile targets such as iOS, Android, Catalyst and macOS. Adding the … continue reading

Several new features added to Jetpack Compose in latest stable release

The Android development team has announced a number of new updates to help developers maximize their productivity when developing for Android devices. The announcements come from the annual Android Developer Summit, which is happening today.    Much of the news revolves around Jetpack Compose, which is a UI toolkit that the team released over a year … continue reading

Google updates guidelines for creating and managing Play Store app listings

Google is launching new features to make it easier for app developers to better display their app in the Play Store.  “The assets and information you provide – descriptions, images, and videos – are essential to users looking to make a decision on what to download,” Allison Chang, product manager for Google Play; Weifang Sun, … continue reading

Google announces support for passkeys on Android and Chrome

Google has announced that it will be supporting passkeys on Android and Chrome. Passkeys are an authentication method that offers an alternative to passwords, and the technology was announced by Apple over the summer at its WWDC conference. For users, using a passkey is similar to confirming the use of a saved password by scanning … continue reading

JetBrains releases beta of its cross-platform Kotlin development tool

JetBrains, creator of the Kotlin programming language, has announced a beta program for a new SDK for cross-platform mobile development in Kotlin. Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile will allow developers to use a single codebase for creating both iOS and Android apps.  According to JetBrains, logic elements can often fall out of sync when dealing with mutliple … continue reading

Android Studio Dolphin 2021.3.1 release focuses on 3 key areas

The release today of Android Studio Dolphin is focused on Jetpack Compose, the toolkit for native UI; Wear OS, the operating system for wearable devices; and on development productivity. The Jetpack Compose update includes a new Compose UI counter within the Layout Inspector to monitor when the UI recomposes during the debugging process. The release … continue reading

Android team releases another Privacy Sandbox preview

Android today announced that it is releasing Privacy Sandbox on Android Developer Preview 5, which includes modifications to the SDK Runtime design to allow reflection API usage and additional published design proposals on FLEDGE services, mediation, and app-to-web measurement.  In the SDK Runtime, apps get additional control on runtime-enabled SDK lifecycle events such as when … continue reading

Final Android 13 beta update available

The Android development team has announced the fourth beta version of Android 13, the last beta before the official release. Click here to enroll and try beta 4 on your Pixel device. If you’re already enrolled, today’s update will be available to you automatically.  With this final beta release, users gain access to a release … continue reading

Android 13 Beta 2 now available with strong emphasis on privacy improvements

As a part of Google I/O, the team at Android announced the release of the second beta of Android 13. According to the company, this release is intended to gauge user feedback and encourage collaboration with the community. This second beta release places a strong emphasis on both privacy and security as well as developer … continue reading

Google Play to update target level API requirements

Google is introducing policy changes to Google Play to better protect Android users. New target level API requirements will prevent users from installing apps that don’t have the latest privacy and security features.  Beginning on November 1, 2022, existing apps that don’t target an API level that is within two years of the most recent … continue reading

Android announces Developer Preview 2

Android announced its Developer Preview 2 yesterday which  focuses on additional features and changes on top of last month’s original preview.  The new preview comes after the 12L feature drop was moved to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) last week, enabling developers to take advantage of over 250+ million large-screen Android devices.  Android 13 … continue reading

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