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OnePlus 5 vs Google Pixel XL: quick look

by Mitja Rutnik 18 hours ago14 comments

OnePlus 5 review – the Never Settle promise lives on

by Lanh Nguyen 3 days ago102 comments

OnePlus 5 vs iPhone 7 Plus vs Huawei P10: The Portrait Battle

by Nirave Gondhia 2 days ago41 comments

OnePlus 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S8: quick look

by Joshua Vergara 3 days ago9 comments
30 articles

Best Android developer tools

If you're going to become an app developer, you need to familiarize yourself with a range of important Android development tools. Here are the best options.
by Adam Sinicki4 days ago3

Android Studio tutorial for beginners

Succeeding Eclipse as the main IDE, Android Studio has come along way since its introduction in 2014. Here is an introduction tutorial for beginners.
by Alex Mullis3 weeks ago5

An introduction to Kotlin for Android development

As of Android Studio 3.0, developers will have the option to make their apps with Kotlin, out of the box. Take a look at the differences and why you might want to check it out!
by Adam Sinicki4 weeks ago3

Add Facebook and Twitter authentication to your apps, using Firebase and Fabric

Make sign in quick and easy, by using Firebase Authentication to allow users to log into your app with their existing Facebook or Twitter account.
by Jessica ThornsbyMarch 21, 2017
 
 

Android Studio 2.3 has a bunch of improvements for app developers

Google has released Android Studio 2.3, with the focus on offering a number of improvements for the official Android app developer tools.
by John CallahamMarch 3, 20172

Google makes ADB and fastboot available without Android Studio or SDK

Google has made ADB and fastboot available as a standalone package, meaning you no longer need to download up to 1.6 GB of files to get them.
by Scott Adam GordonJanuary 6, 20175

How to install the Android SDK (Software Development Kit)

This guide shows you how to easily install the Android SDK (Software Development Kit).
by Alex MullisNovember 21, 201624

Building better apps: make your app more memory efficient

Make sure your latest Android app uses as little memory as possible, by checking for common memory-related problems, and following these best practices.
by Jessica ThornsbyAugust 29, 20164

Get to know your audience better with Firebase Analytics

Firebase allows you to better understand your users and therefore make better decisions to keep them happy. Learn how to integrate it into your Android app.
by Team AAAugust 9, 2016

Making high performance 3D apps with Vulkan

OpenGL has always been the standard graphics API used in Android, but now that the Khronos Group announed Vulkan, that may change. Vulkan is not set to replace OpenGL, at least not ...
by Alex MullisJune 30, 20165
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