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About a week and a half ago at the Google I/O conference, everyone was anticipating that Google would announce a Nexus-branded tablet during the show, and they did just that with the unveiling of the Nexus 7. But Google surprised a lot of folks by announcing a new Android-based media-streaming device, the Nexus Q, hot on the heels of the tablet. And while the Nexus 7 seems to offer great value for the money, the Nexus Q is a bit harder to figure out.

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Details are light at the moment, but a bit of news out of Google’s Playtime developer event this morning: the company is launching a Google Play bug bounty program that’ll encourage researchers to poke around and look for vulnerabilities in some of Android’s most popular apps (both those built by Google and those built by third-party devs.)


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Called the “Google Play Security Reward” program, the new program aims to get researchers to work directly with Android app developers to find vulnerabilities.

If you help a developer squash a bug, Google will pay you $1,000 (on top of whatever bounty the third-party dev themselves might pay).

Google is tapping HackerOne to handle much of the back end for this program, from submitting reports to inviting white-hat hackers into new parts of the program as they roll out. 
Google For Education - A Place to start playing with coding, show your skill all over the world to learn and earn many thing.

Welcome to world of Google For Education. At Google For Education, you will learn many things, develop logically thinking skill, programming skill, designing skill by playing with codes and design. Here you take participation in coding, science fair and many other activities and get awards, prize by Google Inc. as well as get job through Code Jam by Google.

Here's are some programmes by Google for Students as well as Educators:

The biggest difference between iOS and Android has always been simple: Apple makes its own phones, operating system and cloud back-end, and sells essentially a single model of phone and a single model of tablet. By contrast, Google drives an open-source mobile platform, which is supported by a rich network of competing hardware makers who innovate on
Android 7.0 for Developers: New Features, Performance Upgrades & Other Stuff You Won’t Care About

BY NERMIN HAJDARBEGOVIC - TECHNICAL EDITOR @ TOPTAL

Google formally announced Android 7.0 Nougat a few weeks ago, but as usual, you’ll have to wait. Most users won’t get their over-the-air (OTA) updates until early next year. Many others will receive them a week from never, as some device vendors simply don’t bother.

This may sound like a snarky pet peeve of mine, but Android fragmentation is no joke; it’s been a serious headache for users and developers for years. Android 7.0 won’t solve that issue, which is a shame because it enables a number of new features and performance improvements that users would surely enjoy.

Developers shouldn’t get their hopes up, however; there aren’t any game-changers here. Let’s look at the key tweaks under Android’s hood and the new opportunities they present, from most to least impactful.


  1. New JIT compiler, complementing ART’s existing AOT compiler
  2. Multi-window support
  3. Support for Vulkan API
  4. Direct boot
  5. Direct reply and bundled notifications
  6. Daydream virtual reality (VR) mode
  7. UI, accessibility tweaks, and background optimization

This is obviously not a comprehensive list of all new features; I settled on the top seven. You can get an in-depth overview of Android 7.0 if you head over to Google’s developer paradise. I will spare you the unnecessary fluff and provide you with useful info in a condensed, easy-to-digest form.

Its time for Augmented Reality(AR) to shine.

When Google announced its Daydream View headset last year, it was a sign that the search giant was ready to take VR to the masses. It's dabbled in VR before with Cardboard, but the View was a much more serious effort, with its fabric-clad design and user-friendly remote. Which is why it's such a surprise that Google didn't really spend a lot of time on VR at its Pixel 2 event. The company mentioned the new Daydream View -- now in colors! -- but didn't really say much more beyond that. Instead, Google was much more excited to talk about something else: AR.


Building an app just got a lot easier thanks to Google’s release of Android Studio 2.0. Following the highly successful initial launch of its official integrated development environment (IDE) back in 2013, the Internet giant has now taken things to the next level with improvements to its Android Studio. With 1.6 million apps already inundating its Play Store, it’s clear that developers are already eager to build apps for Google, but now, things are about to get faster, higher quality, and just all around better.

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Google Android N internally known as New York Cheesecake and may be next version will named on Indian sweet.

Google rolled out new Android Developer version earlier than expected. Yes, we are talking about the version name for Android N and it now seems that Google’s team is referring it to as ‘New York Cheesecake’ internally.
Previously, Android KitKat was tagged as Key Lime Pie (klp) and the same goes for Lollipop (Lemon Meringue Pie) and the current Marshmallow (Macadamia Nut Cookie). 

So for now, New York Cheesecake only seems like an option as Google still has an online poll running asking users to decide what the next version of Android will be called. 

Open Whisper Systems back in December unveiled a new private messaging app for users named Signal for desktops. The app was initially available to limited users in beta. Now, the company has announced that the Signal Desktop beta is now public available.
Apple
Signal is a Chrome app which can be linked to the smartphone. This means that all incoming and outgoing messages will be displayed consistently on all connected devices. According to the company, Signal's conversations are end-to-end encrypted, and include private group, text, picture, and video messages. 

Finally WhatsApp provides option to send documents over chats.


After it launch, there is two major changes by facebook are:
1. Free for lifetime
2. Send documents over chat.

Now whatsApp user can upload document, spreadsheet, presentation files as well as e-document i.e. PDF files through whatsApp easily.


The feature is available in the most recent builds available via Google Play and the App Store - Android v2.12.453 and iOS v2.12.4. 

Top 10 simple tools for developing mobile application

Android Develop

Alpha Anywhere
Alpha Anywhere is a database-oriented, rapid app development tool that shines at creating Web and hybrid mobile apps that work offline. It allows developers to build good apps quickly, with surprisingly solid performance and nativelike look and feel.

Alpha Anywhere’s SQL database support is especially strong because it allows you to use the native SQL dialects of each database if you wish, or you can go with Alpha’s Portable SQL facility, which will emit the appropriate native SQL for the current database connection. Alpha’s support for offline mobile operation is also quite complete. It reduces the development of data conflict resolution logic to a few clicks.

New WhatsApp come with many features, some are hidden and some are unknown to users.

WhatsApp

  1. End-to-End Encryption: This gives full privacy over message sent and received by WhatsApp. 3rd party can't read message now.
  2. Font Format: WhatsApp recently launched a new feature for for iOS users, that allow them to format their text to add bold, italics or strikethrough option while messaging friends. The new feature was first spotted on Android version 2.12.535 which was available for Google Play beta testers, although the APK file was also online for regular users to download. iOS users need to update the app to the latest version. To add bold

Tips and tools for optimizing your Android Apps easily.

 - BY TIBOR KAPUTA - FREELANCE SOFTWARE ENGINEER @ TOPTAL

Android devices have a lot of cores, so writing smooth apps is a simple task for anyone, right? Wrong. As everything on Android can be done in a lot of different ways, picking the best option can be tough. If you want to choose the most efficient method, you have to know what’s happening under the hood. Luckily, you don’t have to rely on your feelings or sense of smell, since there’s a lot of tools out there that can help you find bottlenecks by measuring and describing what’s going on. Properly optimized and smooth apps greatly improve the user experience, and also drain less battery.


Let’s see some numbers first to consider how important optimization really is. According to a Nimbledroid post, 86% of users (including me) have uninstalled apps after using them only once due to poor performance. If you’re loading some content, you have less than 11 seconds to show it to the user. Only every third user will give you more time. You might also get a lot of bad reviews on Google Play because of it.


Testing your users’ patience is a shortcut to uninstallation.
The first thing every user notices over and over is the app’s startup time. According to another Nimbledroid post, out of the 100 top apps, 40 start in under 2 seconds, and 70 start in under 3 seconds. So if possible, you should generally display some content as soon as possible and delay the background checks and updates a bit.


Always remember, premature optimization is the root of all evil. You should also not waste too much time with micro optimization. You will see the most benefit of optimizing code that runs often. For example, this includes the onDraw() function, which runs every frame, ideally 60 times per second. Drawing is the slowest operation out there, so try redrawing only what you have to. More about this will come later.

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LetterMagic LogoLetter Magic 1.0

Size: 3.9MB
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An awesome letter puzzle game which has one word for 4 common images. Find the correct word to unlock next level.
Play and learn new words.




*MANY LEVELS CONTINUE UPDATING* 
Guess the correct word to unlock the level. 
Countless puzzles coming soon and all will be offline. 

NO REGISTRATION 
This game will register with your existing google account automatically to save your coins and levels on cloud. 

*SIMPLE AND MORE FUN* 
Start playing game easily with lot of hints by coins.Get more coins by watching ads. 
AlphaGo is first computer program to ever beats professional player at Go..!!
Google DeepMind
The second match of the Google DeepMind challenge match starts later today in Seoul, South Korea at 13:00 KST; 04:00 GMT-1 day (8th March) 20:00 PT, 23:00 ET. Ready for live.
After shocking the world by defeating Lee Se-Dol—one of the greatest modern players of the ancient board game—in their opening match on Wednesday, the AlphaGo computer proved it was no fluke with another victory after a gruelling four-and-a-half-hour encounter.

(Want to PLAY GO) Match Details
In October 2015, our program AlphaGo won 5-0 in a formal match against the reigning 3-times European Champion, Fan Hui, to become the first program to ever beat a professional Go player in an even game.

Sony Xperia XZ1, latest flagship smart phone today launched in India. Initially unveiled at IFA 2017, the Sony Xperia XZ1 ships with Android 8.0 Oreo - a major highlight feature. One of other the biggest marketed features of the Sony Xperia XZ1 is its 3D scanning camera. The Sony Xperia Z1 was launched globally alongside the Xperia XZ1 Compact and the Xperia XA1 Plus. With the Xperia Z1 and Xperia XA1 Plus already being introduced for the Indian market, we can expect Sony to soon launch the Xperia Z1 Compact in the country.

Price, Feature and Specification:

  • Price in India: ₹ 44,990 (In India)
  • Color:  Moonlit Blue, Venus Pink, Warm Silver, and Black.
  • Power: 2700mAh Battery with Quick Charger 3.0 UCH1.2
  • Display:  5.2-inch full-HD (1080x1920 pixels) HDR display protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 5.
  • Back-Camera: MotionEye 19MegaPixel Exmor RS sensor, its supports  (960fps),4K video recording.
Android Marshmallow 6.0 unveiled in May 2015 at Google I/O under the codename "Android 'M'", it was officially released in October 2015

After few month of release, Android M is available on most Nexus device. Some Samsung device i.e. Samsung S6 get update in February. In Last week of February, Xiaomi introduced their new phone Xiaomi Mi 5 with Android M 6.0.  But now update is available for many devices of Samsung, Nexus, HTC,  Sony etc. Check out below your device and update it:

Why you may need it?

BY MICHELE SCIABARRA -
FREELANCE SOFTWARE ENGINEER @ TOPTAL
I am a developer, and I work daily in Integrated Development Environments (IDE), such as Intellij IDEA or Eclipse. These IDEs are desktop applications. Since the advent of Google Documents, I have seen more and more people moving their work from desktop versions of Word or Excel to the cloud using an online equivalent of a word processor or a spreadsheet application.
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