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Tony Chan
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If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough --Albert Einstein
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough --Albert Einstein

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In case you miss this... Instant Run is one big improvement in Android Studio and will save your development time significantly. Download it on canary and get it a try!

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New Android Design for developers course! Don't miss it ;)

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A nice Android design course is coming!

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Best 豆漿 I have in Taipei! Well worth the wait :P
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A good, informative read on Android Security!

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Good dim sum in Shenzhen

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Happy Lollipop Holidays! :)
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New home for all the Android statues (moved from Building 44) :P
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欢迎中国的开发者加入 Google Play 的大家庭!把你们的应用推到全球130多个国家:)

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In case you missed this publishing best practices tip...
Today’s #GooglePlay #Protip from +Katherine Kuan is about having a clean status bar for polished screenshots in your Google Play app listing.

The status bar should be consistent across all screenshots to minimize distraction away from the actual app content that the user should be focusing on. For example, use the same timestamp (use even-numbered timestamp), ensure full device battery, and ensure full signal strength.

Avoid having unnecessary icons in the status bar. Unnecessary icons include the volume state (i.e. vibrate), screenshot saved, pending alarm, or an email message. Just clear all notifications away. 

You should also be able to get rid of the USB debugging icon. Depending on the device, you can take a screenshot with the hardware buttons. For example on Nexus 5, you can hold the Power + Volume down buttons at the same time (goo.gl/S8FSwT) to take a screenshot without having the device plugged into your computer. 

Alternatively, to remove those icons, you could use photo editing software or try an app like this one (goo.gl/R45WEp) from +Emma Guy  This app draws a clean status bar across the top of your device.
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