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With Google I/O on, updates to the Android OS and tools are here

The biggest mobile platform in the world gets a boost as the search giant holds its annual conference in San Francisco. Here's the relevant link to see the latest OS preview and more.

Christian Nutt

May 28, 2015

1 Min Read

Newsbrief: Today in San Francisco, Google is holding its annual developer conference, Google I/O, and along with that comes Android news. The platform holder is offering a suite of updated tools and services for the widely popular mobile platform, and those updates can be found at this link.

The biggest news out of the conference is the latest version of the Android OS, of course: Android M, for which a developer preview is available.

But there's much more at the link; check it out if you're an Android dev and you're looking to keep abreast with the latest in updates to the platform, including a new version of Android Studio, automated testing tools which should make device fragmentation easier to deal with, to AdMob and an updated Cardboard SDK for Unity that supports iOS and Android both, it's all there.

Google has also made updates to its Cast SDK that are specifically targeted at game developers for mobile platforms.

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