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Develop for social impact on Google Play

Making a difference with your app → https://medium.com/googleplaydev/how-to-make-a-difference-develop-for-social-impact-on-google-play-f00a8971c955

Maxim Mai shares stories of four incredible apps that create social impact around the world, and how you too can start building apps and games that make a difference.
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Android and Google Play Security Rewards Programs surpass $3M in payouts

To learn more and get involved, read the post → http://bit.ly/2MOWNjk

Thank you to to everyone who's helped us improve Android and Google Play through the Security Rewards Programs! Three years in, we've awarded over $3 million to researchers around the world who have helped us identify vulnerabilities.
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Notifying your users with FCM

Learn more on the post → http://bit.ly/2phO5Rd

Use Firebase Cloud Messaging to provide timely updates and minimize battery drain on Android devices. Developer Advocate Jingyu Shi shows you how to get started with FCM.
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Outsourcing app development

Part 2: Finding an agency → https://medium.com/googleplaydev/outsourcing-app-development-finding-an-agency-a69d312a60ee

In the second post in the series on outsourcing mobile app development, we’re going to look at how to evaluate and pick an agency that best meets your requirements to build a great app.
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Moar Power in Android 9 Pie and the future

Read it here → http://bit.ly/2oWRPrb

Your users care about battery life, which is why we're working to improve battery life management in #Android9 Pie. We just published the first in a series of posts outlining app strategies and guidelines for better battery life on Android.
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Outsourcing app development

Part 1: Laying the foundations → https://medium.com/googleplaydev/outsourcing-app-development-laying-the-foundations-5167b43b23d1

It’s not always possible to develop your app in-house; so you may look to an agency to help create it. In the first post in the series, Rupert Whitehead from Developer Relations shares how to determine if using an agency is the right approach for you, and, if it is, how to get your organization ready.
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The Android Things Hardware Team wants your feedback

Take the survey here → http://bit.ly/2x2zsVu

Are you or your company prototyping devices with #AndroidThings today? The hardware team would like to better understand your needs as we continue to evaluate production hardware support for future releases.
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Taking your subscriptions business to the next level

Subscription insights & learnings → http://bit.ly/2wS0DlU

With so many apps trying to reach buyers, it can be challenging to continue to grow your subscriptions business. In this post, we’ll share how Google Play developers have introduced new products, altered their paywalls, entered new markets, and grew their subscriber base, in order to take their subscription business to the next level.
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Understanding Android camera capture sessions and requests

Learn more here → http://bit.ly/2oIhG6b

Check out Oscar Wahltinez's post on two major components of the Android camera framework: capture sessions and capture requests.
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Staged releases now available on testing tracks

Learn more → http://bit.ly/2PAZbfk

Starting today, staged releases are available on testing as well as production tracks in the Play Console. Staged releases can reduce the risks inherent with new feature launches by making a new version of your app available to just a fraction of your users. Learn how staged releases work, and how you can use them as part of your release process.
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