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Google began sending emails notifying about the coming changes in the Google Play Store policy. Starting from November 1, 2018, every app uploaded as a new application or an update of a previously launched app has to target Android Oreo (API level 26) or higher.
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The Android development landscape is changing at a neck-breaking pace. Emerging technologies change the way users interact with their devices, but they also improve the development process. It’s not an easy task to guess what the next few months, let alone the next year, will bring to mobile. We decided to give it a go and gathered five senior Android developers who talked about the future of mobile development and what we should expect to happen next year. Our experts: Maciej Janusz, Mikołaj Lenart, Paweł Bocheński, Marcin Oziemski share their Android development predictions for the upcoming year 2019.
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Android has a whopping 85.9-percent share in the mobile OS market. Even if you’re an iPhone enthusiast yourself, these numbers can’t be argued with – Google’s operating system is an extremely important part of the modern technology landscape.
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The last 20% of developing an Android mobile app is 80% of the work. That is what the Pareto principle tells us. This last 20% is making the app store page so beautiful that users who find it install your app. That’s where app store optimisation comes in. Using research on how users navigate through app stores, you can improve download rate of your app drastically. This process is called App Store Optimisation, or ASO for short.
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How to Find and Hire Great Android Developers

Mobile devices now account for over half of all internet traffic, with time spent on apps being dominant within that. This upward trend is expected to continue strongly and smart businesses are taking advantage of the opportunity to reach customers and solve their problems in new ways.
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For years, Java has been the standard for developing Android apps. In 2011, JetBrains presented Kotlin, a new statically-typed language running on Java Virtual Machine. In 2017, during Google I/O, Kotlin was announced as an official language for Android development. As Kotlin is a modern programming language with powerful features, it gained popularity among Android developers. It was placed second on the list of the most loved programming languages in the Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2018.
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In May 2017, the Android team at Google announced first-class support for Kotlin, a statically typed programming language that runs on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Kotlin is built by JetBrains, who (it is worth noting) is also responsible for developing the JetBrains IntelliJ Java IDE, which Google’s own Android Studio is based on.
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The introduction of Kotlin has brought up a number of questions. Where did it come from? Should already successful apps that are written using the traditional stack adopt the recently popularised programming language?  
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If you're a mobile app developer, Java was probably your go-to language for building Android apps. But did you know that new languages that might challenge Java's leadership in the Android world are popping up all over the place? One of them is Kotlin, a relatively new language some people believe is on its way to replacing Java on the mobile development scene.
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Android Oreo has been out out for a while, and the question that arises among the owners of Android products and in the Android developers community is: “should I update my mobile application?” The answer is not straightforward, as there are both good reasons to do it, and good reasons to wait. In this article, I will help you make the right decision on when and how to update your application to deal with a new version of Android.
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