Google’s Android software has been in the spotlight lately, as its Android 4.4 KitKat OS has been making waves and garnering lots of buzz since it launched in the first half of the year.
The Android 4, which runs on Android smartphones and tablets, has seen a steady stream of new updates and additions over the past year and a half, and has seen Android apps pop up everywhere from the web to mobile gaming apps.
However, that doesn’t mean Android is dead.
A Google spokesperson told Android Police, “We’ve seen tremendous interest in new Android apps and have begun rolling out more apps.
We’ll continue to add new apps to Android.”
Android Police also added that Google will be adding more Android game and app creators in the coming months.
This could be the start of more developers working with Android on games and apps, and developers could use these new Android app makers as a way to keep up with the new features that are being added.
Google is also planning to roll out new app versions that will allow developers to take advantage of Google Play Services for adding and managing content to apps and games.
This is a big step in the right direction for developers, but it could also be a step back for the platform as a whole.
As Google continues to build out the Android ecosystem, it’s going to have to find a way for its app developers to maintain a healthy ecosystem.
As of now, the platform has just one app developer, who is based out of California, and only a handful of games are made in the state.
This leaves a lot of developers without a strong platform to support their games.
With so many developers in need of a solid platform to build on, this will likely only lead to more developers leaving Android altogether.
Android is still a very young platform and a lot still needs to be learned.
Developers should take note of this.