Google frequently releases tools to developers to make developing for Android easier, including offering OS version distribution stats and detailing Lollipop’s Material design and security features. Today Google is back at it with the release of Android Studio 1.0.
Android Studio 1.0 is now available as a stable release for anyone that’s already developing for Android or is interested in starting. The app includes the following features:
Unified build system
Instant access to Google Cloud Services
Time to migrate and update
While this news doesn’t mean much for regular users, it’s pretty exciting news for Android developers. Current devs can use Android Studio to edit and improve their apps and test layouts across all kinds of hardware, and anyone that’d like to get started in Android development should now have an easier time than ever getting into it.