The popularity of Mobile applications is indisputable as the entire world is now running places by swiping fingers over the screen of smartphones, especially when talking about Android applications. There is a vast scope for mobile apps as there is an increased penetration of smartphones in the market. In recent years, Businesses are shifting to mobile apps to expand their strategies to tap a higher customer base due to an unfathomable growth of mobile users across the world. Mobile apps have become a vital portion of the lives of people. They now use mobile apps for an abundance of purposes such as entertainment, shopping, daily planning, booking movie tickets, etc. Not only for these purposes, but also these apps modernize the work process of industries too.
The two most popular platforms, iOS, and Android are contesting ever since their genesis. Both the platforms are always in constant debate as and when new iOS and Android operating systems are launched every year by Apple and Google. None of them is in the shade due to the launch of a new feature in an opponent’s platform.
On 17th April, tech giants launched Android Studio 3.4, which is now available to download on various platforms like Windows, Mac, Linux, and others. Being the latest version of an integrated development environment, it aids in the workflows of Android app developers in building an app and managing its resources.
Google has launched the first version of its Android new version called Android Q beta which will tell how the next Android OS will look. Google first released it on pixel devices and pixel 3 series. With the release of the beta version of the Android Q, there are questions already in the market for the release of the stable version of Android Q.
Android Jetpack, launched by Google, contains a set of components that speed up the process of android application development. Along with the guidance and tools, it aims to accelerate the android app development and improve android app development services. The set of components is also called the next generation of Android API’s.