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08 November 2018, 11:47 | Casey Mitchell
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The API provides a couple of options to Android developers to push latest updates to their apps.
In order to give users and Android developers more controls to ensure the App compatibility across all devices, Google has added new In-app Updates API to the Android system. When enabled, users will be able to continue using an app while an update is downloaded. Google has introduced new tools and features at Android Developer Summit.
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If an update is a part of regular changes and doesn't have any major security fixes, developers have also been provided with the flexible in-app update option. Originally created to help Android users in certain countries that do not have a lot of storage on their mobile devices, the app was quickly adopted worldwide. The In-app Updates API is being tested with Android's early access partners, and will soon be distributed to all developers.
It's a win for users who don't want to be bothered with the nuisance of updating as well as a win for developers, who want you using the latest version of their app. Though there's a catch, the app downloads the update when a user is using it, but it gets installed when you reopen the app. There is no specific date mentioned by Google as to when we will see the API in use on Android apps.
Android's announcement of its Foldables technology was also a summit highlight, with the company highlighting its support for the forthcoming Samsung device that was previewed this week by Samsung Senior Vice President Justin Denison at the 2018 Samsung Developer Conference.
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