Android App Developers

Google Reduces Play Store Fees for Android App Developers

Google announced that it will reduce the long-standing 30% cut it takes from Android app developers for each Play Store purchase. The tech giant said that developers will have to pay just a 15% cut on the first $1 million they make on the Play Store, starting from July 1, 2021. According to Google, it Read More

Programming Language Rankings

Programming Language Rankings 2021: JavaScript, Python & Java Top the Chart

As an app developer, you may have seen up close the rising demands and shifting trends in the industry. With pandemic-era requirements making mobile apps more crucial business tools than ever. And for developers, the coding framework remains the most pivotal tool for making the desired app. And that’s where the programming language rankings come Read More

IoT App Development

7 Reasons Why You Need to Invest in IoT App Development

Like a flurry of other technologies, the Internet of Things, too, saw a dramatic rise in popularity last year. With people relying on their gadgets more than ever, home-stuck consumers started to admire technology more. IoT is no exception. As more consumers’ use of connected devices soared, the need for IoT became more pressing. And Read More

Flutter Support

Microsoft Releases Flutter Support Preview for Foldable Devices

Microsoft has announced enhanced support for Flutter on foldable devices. The software giant said it will ramp up efforts to improve the Flutter SDK, especially for Microsoft Surface Duo. Google recently launched Flutter 2.0, featuring web and desktop support improvements, among others. With rapid evolutions like these, the popularity of Flutter app development services is Read More

Google Play Console

Google Play Console Launches New Metrics to Measure User Engagement

Google recently launched a suite of new metrics and benchmarks in the Play Console. Using this new suite, you can seamlessly evaluate the engagement levels in your app or game. The metrics also provide Android developers with a host of other insights, such as monetization trends and app users’ interests, among other things. Android developers Read More

Flutter 2 Released

Flutter 2 Released: Web & Desktop Support Improvements, Portability & More

Google has announced the release of Flutter 2, the latest version of its UI toolkit. The tech goliath launched Flutter as a mobile-focused platform. However, Flutter is rapidly expanding its presence across the web and desktop. For instance, Google launched the Flutter cross-platform app for Windows. With the rising demands for Flutter app development services, Read More

React Native Databases

5 Top React Native Databases for Building Flawless Mobile Apps

Databases can make or break tour apps. More so if you’re building it on top of frameworks like React Native. Since cross-platform requires a unique set of functionalities, databases are even more crucial. But for many developers finding the right database is not a walk in the park. Well, it doesn’t have to be that Read More

Android 12 Developer

Android 12 Developer Preview: Transcoding, UX Enhancements & More

Global mobile app usage was steadily growing even before 2020. The pandemic just turbocharged our digital habits. As years-long debates over screen time and digital dominance vanished, mobile apps emerged as the most prominent champions. And its trends like these that make the next Android version more exciting than ever. Whether you are an Android Read More

Cross-Platform App Development

AWS Launches Amplify Flutter for Cross-Platform App Development

Amazon Web Services has launched Amplify Flutter, a new tool for cross-platform app development. The toolkit is likely to make hybrid app development services more efficient. According to AWS, Amplify is a set of tools and services for building secure and scalable applications. Amplify Flutter supports iOS, Android, web, and React Native. Flutter Google’s open-source Read More

Kotlin Symbol Processing Tool

Google Launches Kotlin Symbol Processing Tool for Compilation

Google has introduced an alpha version of its Kotlin Symbol Processing (KSP) tool. It’s designed to help app developers painlessly build plugins while writing apps in Kotlin. KSP is compatible with Kotlin 1.4.30. JetBrains, the creator of Kotlin, recently released this version as a precursor to Kotlin 1.5.0. The newly launched tool will likely boost Read More