APPS FOR TABLET
Installation of apps for Android tablets are increasing at a rate of 236% year on year. As more and more Android tablets make their way into both personal and professional environments, building apps to accommodate them has become a fundamental part of our Android app development process.
With six currently active operating system versions and over 18,000 different devices of various display sizes and resolutions, user fragmentation on Android is vast. But how does it break down, and what does it mean if you are looking to build an Android app?
Wearables are quickly becoming a huge factor within the Android app development community. With Android Wear you can allow your users to extend their experience of your Android app onto their wrist. You can sync notifications and send data between wearable and handheld devices, support voice commands, or create a custom experience with wearable apps.
Material Design is Google’s new visual language, created with the goal of providing a unified experience across platforms and devices. As of 2015, material design is incorporated in most of Google’s mobile apps for Android including Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Maps, Inbox, and all of the Google Play-branded apps.