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We achieved that reduction by migrating the app over to using an Android App Bundle. Moreover, we were also able to separate out all of the games into their own dynamic feature modules, downloaded on demand.
This is why you might have seen a progress bar when you first opened a game, we are actually downloading the game from Google Play before starting the game:. The progress bar shown while a game is fetched from Google Play. You can read more about our journey migrating over to App Bundle in a small blog series, starting with our ' Moving to Android App Bundle ' post. One of the new features we added this year was a Gboard sticker pack, allowing users to share stickers to their friends. You might even notice some of the characters from the games in the stickers!
We use Firebase App Indexing to publish our stickers to the local index on the device, where the Gboard keyboard app picks them up, allowing the user to share them in apps. You can see the source code here. The sticker pack being used in a very important conversation. Aside from the things mentioned above, we've also completed a number of code health improvements. We have increased the minimum SDK version to Lollipop 21 , migrated from the Support Library to AndroidX , reduced the file size of our game assets by switching to modern formats, and lots of other small improvements!
If you're interested go checkout the code and let us know what you think. If you have any questions or issues, please let us know via the issue tracker. Join us on Monday, March 18th at the Google Mobile Developer Day, either in person or over live stream, for a full day of sessions covering tools and best practices to help build a successful mobile games business on Google Play.
We'll focus on game quality, effective monetization and growth strategies, and how to create, connect, and scale with Google. This year's sessions are focused on tips and tools to help your mobile game business succeed. Come hear our latest announcements and industry trends, as well as learnings from industry peers.
We will hold a more technical session in the second half of the day, where we'll share ways to optimize your mobile game's performance for the best possible player experience. Here, you will be able to interact with hands-on demos, attend talks in the theater, and get your questions answered by Google experts. We're bringing a big team and hope to see you there. Learn more about Google's activities throughout the week of GDC and sign up to stay informed.
For those who can't make it in person, join the live stream starting at 10am PST on Monday, March 18th. These events are part of the official Game Developers Conference and require a pass to attend. It is not uncommon for developers to have the following concerns and thoughts when considering whether to localize their apps: At Google, we consider translation a key component of making the world's information universally accessible and useful.
This commitment extends not only to localizing our own products, but also to providing tools to help developers and translators more easily localize their apps. Available in the Google Play Console, the Google Play App Translation Service simplifies localization of your app user interface strings, store listing, in-app product names, and universal apps campaign ads.
Thousands of developers have already used this service to reach hundreds of millions of users worldwide. When you're ready to translate, just select the languages to use for translation, choose a vendor, and place your order. You can also expand your global footprint with translation recommendations that can help increase installs. The recommendations can be found in the Google Play Console. The language recommendation feature is developed using machine learning and is based on your app's install history and market data.
Let us know once you have localized for these markets so we can consider featuring your app or game in the Now in Russian and Now in Arabic collections on the Play Store. Once you download the translation, you'll be ready to publish your newly translated app update on Google Play. Get started with the App Translation Service today and let us know what you think!
If you have not submitted a permissions declaration form and your app is removed, see below for next steps. We take access to sensitive data and permissions very seriously. This is especially true with SMS and Call Log permissions, which were designed to allow users to pick their favorite dialer or messaging app, but have also been used to enable many other experiences that might not require that same level of access. In an effort to improve users' control over their data, last October we announced we would be restricting developer access to SMS and Call Log permissions.
Our new policy is designed to ensure that apps asking for these permissions need full and ongoing access to the sensitive data in order to accomplish the app's primary use case, and that users will understand why this data would be required for the app to function. Developers whose apps used these permissions prior to our announcement were notified by email and given 90 days to either remove the permissions, or submit a permissions declaration form to enable further review. We take this review process seriously and understand it's a change for many developers. We apply the same criteria to all developers, including dozens of Google apps.
We added to the list of approved use cases over the last few months as we evaluated feedback from developers. Our global teams carefully review each submission. During the review process, we consider the following:.
With this change, some uses cases will no longer be allowed. However, many of the apps we reviewed with one of these permissions can rely on narrower APIs , reducing the scope of access while accomplishing similar functionality. Tens of thousands of developers have already resubmitted their apps to support the new policy or have submitted a form. Thank you!
Developers who submitted a form received a compliance extension until March 9th. Over the next few weeks, we will be removing apps from the Play Store that ask for SMS or Call Log permission and have not submitted a permission declaration form. If your app is removed and you would like to have it republished, you can do one of the following in the Play Console:.
Keeping our overall Android ecosystem healthy is very important, and protection of user data is vital to the long term health of all developers. We know these changes have required significant work from you and we appreciate your efforts to create innovative experiences while protecting user's privacy. How we fought bad apps and malicious developers in 13 February Posted by Andrew Ahn, Product Manager, Google Play Google Play is committed to providing a secure and safe platform for billions of Android users on their journey discovering and experiencing the apps they love and enjoy.
An Update on Android Things 12 February Android , Android Things , Notification. Google releases source code of Santa Tracker for Android 29 January This is why you might have seen a progress bar when you first opened a game, we are actually downloading the game from Google Play before starting the game: The progress bar shown while a game is fetched from Google Play You can read more about our journey migrating over to App Bundle in a small blog series, starting with our ' Moving to Android App Bundle ' post. Gboard stickers One of the new features we added this year was a Gboard sticker pack, allowing users to share stickers to their friends.
The sticker pack being used in a very important conversation Lots of code improvements Aside from the things mentioned above, we've also completed a number of code health improvements. Go explore the code If you're interested go checkout the code and let us know what you think.
Stay up to date How useful did you find this blog post? Grow your app business internationally through localization on Google Play 16 January Posted by Chris Yang, Program Manager, Translation Service It is not uncommon for developers to have the following concerns and thoughts when considering whether to localize their apps: Introducing the Google Play App Translation Service Available in the Google Play Console, the Google Play App Translation Service simplifies localization of your app user interface strings, store listing, in-app product names, and universal apps campaign ads.
Here is an overview of some of the ways it can help: Quick and easy - Order in minutes and receive your translation in as little as two days.
Small translation orders can be completed in only two days. All orders are completed in eight days or less. Apply translations directly in the Play Console or download to build with your app. Professional and human - Get high-quality translations by real human translators. All translations are carefully crafted by professional translators just for you. Translation providers are selected by Google based on quality and speed. Pricing is upfront and simple. You only pay per word for each language you translate.
Pricing is upfront and simple. MoreLocale 2 can be installed on android devices with 1. But the application is very fine and running very well. We have increased the minimum SDK version to Lollipop 21 , migrated from the Support Library to AndroidX , reduced the file size of our game assets by switching to modern formats, and lots of other small improvements! Control your app permissions on Android 6. Stay up to date How useful did you find this blog post?
Select languages to translate into. Choose what type of content you want to translate.