What’s new in Google’s Android Studio 3.2

Google’s development suite for Android apps supports the App Bundle format to reduce app size

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Android Studio 3.2 Canary, which Google recommends as the IDE for building Android 9 Pie applications and Android App Bundles, is now generally available. A beta version had been released in May 2018.

With Version 3.2, developers are encouraged to move to the Android App Bundle publishing format, which offers a smaller package size and saves developers from having to refactor code.

Where to download Android Studio

You can download Android Studio from the Android developers website.

New version: What’s new in Android Studio 3.2

Android Studio 3.2 Canary has several notable additions. One is Android App Bundle, to dynamically reduce application size, and another is Jetpack, a set of libraries, tools, and architectural guidance.

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