Categories Google Play

45 posts

Auto Added by WPeMatico

PUBG Mobile is offering free $2 worth of in-game credits

Now Grab $2 PUBG Mobile Play Store Credit PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), the most popular online multiplayer battle royale game, is offering free in-game credits up to $2. PUBG, which just won the Best Game Award of 2018 in Google Play, has decided to thank its players for the honor by giving away free […]

Google Play services discontinuing updates for API levels 14 and 15

Posted by Sam Spencer, Technical Program Manager, Google Play The Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) platform is seven years old and the active device count has been below 1% for some time. Consequently, we are deprecating support for ICS in future releases of Google Play services. For devices running ICS, […]

SDK Developers: sign up to stay up to date with latest tips, news and updates

Posted by Parul Soi, Strategic Partner Development Manager, Google Play Android is fortunate to have an incredibly rich ecosystem of SDKs and libraries to help developers build great apps more efficiently. These SDKs can range from developer tools that simplify complicated feature development to end-to-end services such as analytics, attribution, […]

Combating Potentially Harmful Applications with Machine Learning at Google: Datasets and Models

Posted by Mo Yu, Android Security & Privacy Team In a previous blog post, we talked about using machine learning to combat Potentially Harmful Applications (PHAs). This blog post covers how Google uses machine learning techniques to detect and classify PHAs. We’ll discuss the challenges in the PHA detection space, […]

Free training for Android developers – learn how to succeed on Google Play

Dan Lavelle, Head of Learning Operations, Google Play Having a great idea for an app or game is just the beginning. At Google Play, it’s our goal to provide you with the tools and skills to build successful mobile app and games businesses. Training continues to be among the top […]

Google Play offline peer to peer installs beta

Posted by James Bender, Product Manager, Google Play In June we started adding security metadata to all apps and app updates to help verify product authenticity from Google Play. We’re doing this is to help developers reach a wider audience, particularly in countries where peer-to-peer app sharing is common because […]

Playtime 2018: Helping you build better apps in a smaller bundle

Posted by Matt Henderson, Product Manager, Google Play Today we are kicking off Playtime, our annual global event series, hosting over 800 attendees in Berlin and San Francisco to share insights from experts around the world and the latest updates on our products. This will be followed by events in […]

Providing a safe and secure experience for our users

Posted by Paul Bankhead, Director, Product Management, Google Play We focus relentlessly on security and privacy on the Google Play Store to ensure Android users have a positive experience discovering and installing apps and games they love. We regularly update our Google Play Developer policies and today have introduced stronger […]

Staged releases allow you to bring new features to your users quickly, safely and regularly.

Posted by Peter Armitage, Software Engineer, Google Play Releasing a new version of your app is an exciting moment when your team’s hard work finally gets into the hands of your users. However, releasing can also be challenging – you want to keep your existing users happy without introducing performance […]