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We announced that we will begin to use information from indexed apps as a factor in ranking. See the post below for more details, and check out the video from +Jarek Wilkiewicz to learn more about how you can get your app content surfaced in search results.
 
App deep link quality now used as a ranking signal

Yesterday, as part of our efforts to make your app content as accessible from Search as your site content, we announced that we will begin to use information from indexed apps as a factor in ranking (http://goo.gl/St6dRE). As a result, we will now surface content from indexed apps more prominently in search.

This ranking change is the next step in giving users better results on their mobile device. For you as a site owner or app developer, it’s a chance to engage them straight from the search results. 

Be sure to check out g.co/appindexing and watch the video below with +Jarek Wilkiewicz to learn more about how you can get your app content surfaced in search results.

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my phone has a problem in accessing the internet,why is it so
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A gorilla and (almost) magical algorithms. Must be the new episode of Compressor Head with +Colt McAnlis, just in time for your weekend viewing pleasure!
 
The new Compressor Head episode is finally here!

We know you've been waiting on pins and needles for the next episode of Compressor Head, and it's finally here! +Colt McAnlis returns as the algorithm obsessed geek who loves to share his knowledge with the programmers of the world. He’s joined by fellow Googler Mike Burrows, co-inventor of the Burrows-Wheeler transform, an almost magical algorithm that will turn your head inside out.  

Stay tuned to the Google Developers YouTube channel (youtube.com/googledevelopers) for the soon to be released episodes 5 and 6, coming your way Friday mornings from the Googleplex in Mountain View CA.

#CompressorHead   #PerfMatters  
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New Android TV video: +Timothy Jordan introduces the design philosophy and developer components that make building #AndroidTV  experiences easy.
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Dexter?
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ADB Episode 22: Wear Wolves
+Chet Haase and +Tor Norbye talk with +Justin Koh and +Griff Hazen from the Android Wear team about watches, notifications, watch faces, data, apps, services, and All Things Wear.

http://androidbackstage.blogspot.com/2015/02/episode-22-wear-wolves.html
Tor and Chet are joined by Justin Koh and Griff Hazen from the Android Wear team. We talk about watches, notifications, watch faces, data, apps, services, and All Things Wear. You could say that we wear out the topic. You pro...
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I am the Alpha Wolf. I didn't go to school.
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Compressor Head rides again! Join +Colt McAnlis for fun, history, and banana jokes, all while gaining knowledge around algorithmic compression. You will enjoy it! #Perfmatters
 
Compressor Head rides again!

Google Developer Advocate +Colt McAnlis returns in season 2 of Compressor Head, a playful and informative source of knowledge around algorithmic compression. Advancing his #perfmatters offensive, Colt reveals the sources and practical uses of data compression technology.

In Season 1 Colt led us through Variable Length Codes, The LZ77 Compression Family and Markov Chains. http://goo.gl/Bel1dN

In Season 2 Colt will school you in The Burrows-Wheeler transform, Arithmetic Compression and Adaptive Statistical Encoding.

Join Colt for fun, history, some banana jokes, and math. You will enjoy it!

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is there any possibility that can we delete the android OS from the device and replace with some some other version OS without any interference of google and service provider of mobile.

I dont think so we can do this. but just wanted to confirm. Please help
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Today in Android Performance Patterns: Cliprect and Quickreject

The Android system knows that overdraw is a really difficult problem, and in general, it does what it can to remove unseen surfaces before they can waste your precious processing time. But sadly, this doesn’t extend to complex custom views, where the system may not be able to understand what types of overlap are occurring on your view.

In this video +Colt McAnlis takes a look at these problems, and introduces two simple APIs (Cliprect and Quickreject) to help address it in your application.

Watch more Android Performance Patterns here: http://goo.gl/4ZJkY1
Join the G+ Community here : http://goo.gl/g7mxmI
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Grab a cup o' jo & unwind with Coffee with a Googler 

In the latest episode of #CoffeewithaGoogler  +Laurence Moroney chats with Allen Huang, #AndroidTV  Product Manager. Allen tells us how to bring your Android developer skills to the living room on a variety of devices, from TVs to cable boxes to video game consoles.

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+Nathan Fegard Hi Nathan -- details here on handling TV layout -- https://developer.android.com/training/tv/start/layouts.html
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+AdMob has a new video series about how to create a great app UX. Check out episode 1, featuring @PicsArtStudio. #AdMobAppSpotlight  
 
Check out the 1st video of our new series about how to create a great app UX, featuring @PicsArtStudio.#AdMobAppSpotlight
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So why did Google release a game about pie throwing to the play store? In the latest episode of Game On! hear +Todd Kerpelman tell the epic history of Pie Noon -- it's a tale that involves oven mitts, tiny image file sizes (using WebP), complicated math (using MathFu), and efficient data storage (using FlatBuffers).

Also, you're going to want to watch this one to the end. Trust us.

#GameOn   #PieNoon   #WebP   #MathFu   #FlatBuffers  
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+Mike Wallace Thanks!
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Today we're announcing the Android for Work program to tap into the potential of smartphones and tablets in the workplace. 

Android for Work brings together OEMs, Enterprise mobility management and Developers so organizations can make the most of the world’s #1 mobile operating system.

For more on how to join Google Play for Work and how to design great apps for Android for Work, check out our blogpost (http://goo.gl/Tz7I1Y). To learn about the benefits for developers and what you should look out for, watch this DevByte from Developer Advocate +Rich Hyndman

#AndroidDev   #AndroidforWork   #GooglePlayforWork  
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The Game Developers Conference (GDC) is less than one week away in San Francisco. This year, we will host our annual Developer Day on Monday, March 2. We’re excited to give you a glimpse into how we are helping mobile game developers build successful businesses and improve user experiences. Read our blog post for more details!

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Meet Vincenzo Colucci, developer and founder of GinLemon, and his journey from a summer holiday joke to a successful global app business on Google Play based in Manfredonia, southern Italy.

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I ELIJAH SMITH DESIGN ART WORK ALL MY LIFE 
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This is the official Google+ home of the Android Engineering teams.

Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications. 

The Android SDK provides the tools and APIs you need to develop applications on the Android platform.