Google released a preview for all developers, as promised at Google I/O, showing off the update to the Google Play Developer Console—the website that allows developers of Android apps to manage them. A select amount of developers was able to preview it over the summer; and now, Google said in a blog post today every developer is able to try it out. The website has been updated with an overall speed increase and features an updated UI that is much easier to manage. “It’s bright and appealing to look at, easy to find your way around using navigation and search, and it loads quickly even if you have a lot of apps,” said Google.
Google has also added a new feature to the Developer Console that allows developers to track their apps. A graph will show information about the ratings users have submitted, data by device, country, language, carrier, Android version, and app version. Developers interested can checkout the update here. It is worth noting there are a few features missing, however:
Please note that we’re not quite done yet, so the following advanced features are not yet supported in the new Google Play Developer Console: multiple APK support, APK Expansion Files and announcements. To use these features, you can click “Switch back” in the header at any time to return to the old version.
Pretty cool, eh?
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