Friday , October 20 2017

Google launches an Android Developer Console app for Android

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We’re sitting here waiting for the Google I/O 2016 keynote to start, and it looks like Google is getting in early launching an Android Developer Console app for Android.

The app is sitting in Google Play with a mere 50-100 installs, but that’s sure to increase quite quickly once it’s very likely announced in the next couple of hours.

The app appears to be functional in terms of what it offers, which includes statistics on installs/uninstalls as well as crashes and ratings of your apps published in Google Play. You can even get push notifications for business updates and when your app is sent live on the Play Store. Engagement with your audience is also there with the ability to reply to user reviews from the app.

If you’ve been wanting better access to your Google Play app information on the go, we recommend you get on over to Google Play and get your hands on this one.

Google Play Console
Google Play Console
Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free
 
Source: Google Play.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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Greg Smith
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It’s about time Google released this app. Does what it should and looks nice, so it’ll do nicely!

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