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The Android team would like your feedback!

Please take a few minutes to complete this developer survey → goo.gl/qEvYXm
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#31DaysOfKotlin - Week 3 Recap

Hey, #AndroidDev! Did you miss any tips from the 3rd week of #31DaysOfKotlin? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. #TBT

Check out the full recap here → https://goo.gl/7mQDSi

Week 3 of Kotlin was split between Kotlin functionalities and different ways of making your Android code sweeter with Android KTX.
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Protecting WebView with Safe Browsing

Safe Browsing is coming to WebView by default with the release of WebView 66! More details in the blog → https://goo.gl/6pv4EP

Since 2007, Google Safe Browsing has been protecting users across the web from phishing and malware attacks. It protects over three billion devices from an increasing number of threats, now also including unwanted software across desktop and mobile platforms. Today, we're announcing that Google Play Protect is bringing Safe Browsing to WebView by default, starting in April 2018 with the release of WebView 66.
Protecting WebView with Safe Browsing
Protecting WebView with Safe Browsing
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Android Things Release Candidate (Developer Preview 8) is available today.

This is the final developer preview before the upcoming stable release.

Read our blog post → https://android-developers.googleblog.com/2018/04/android-things-release-candidate.html

Developer Preview 8 represents the final SDK exposed in the Android Things support library for the upcoming stable release. In addition to minor behavior changes in the platform, this release comes along with a big set of new features in the Android Things developer console to make building and managing production devices easier.

Join the discussion in our Google+ community → https://g.co/iotdev
Android Things Release Candidate
Android Things Release Candidate
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DNS over TLS support in Android P

Read the blog to learn more about this feature → http://goo.gl/re52QM

With built-in support for DNS over TLS, Android P is enabling better protection and privacy for all Android users on every new connection
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Help shape the future of Android products by joining a user research study.

Get started here → https://g.co/userresearch/androiddevgplus

Tell us what you think about Google products and features by participating in our user research studies. You’ll get a token of our appreciation plus the chance to help build something you’ll love.
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Building a video player app in Android (Part 5/5)

Learn more in the blog → https://goo.gl/FhZU29

Unlock picture in picture magic in your Android video player app! Target Oreo by putting together ExoPlayer, MediaSession, and Audio Focus.
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Raise engagement on Android TV by integrating with the Play Next row

This Codelab walks through all the different aspects of the Play Next row. We'd love to hear your feedback!

Try it now → https://goo.gl/2W2Pn3

Curious how #HBO puts shows in the Play Next row on your #AndroidTV? You can do the same with your ATV app! The Play Next row is a system-managed channel that is shared by all TV apps. You can use the Play Next row to keep users engaged.
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Protecting users with TLS by default in Android P

Read more on the blog about the benefits of TLS and how to put it to use ↓ https://goo.gl/MeSpQQ

Android is committed to keeping users, their devices, and their data safe. One of the ways that we keep data safe is by protecting all data that enters or leaves an Android device with Transport Layer Security (TLS) in transit. As we announced in our Android P developer preview, we're further improving these protections by preventing apps that target Android P from allowing unencrypted connections by default.
Protecting users with TLS by default in Android P
Protecting users with TLS by default in Android P
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#31DaysofKotlin - Week 1 Recap

Check it out here → https://goo.gl/iDGrTT

The more Kotlin code we write, the more we love it! Kotlin’s modern language features together with Android KTX made our Android code more concise, clear and pleasant. We started the #31DaysOfKotlin series as a way of sharing some of our favorite Kotlin and Android KTX features and hopefully get more of you to like it as much as we do. Take a look back on the first week of the series for a quick reminder of how it all began.
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