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Google Released Android Studio 2.0 with Cloud Test Lab

Google has released its beta version of its preferred IDE Android Studio for developing Android apps.
Company did not make major improvement to its new version; Google just made it suitable to support for the latest Android version. Company called it "stable version of Android Studio".

Android Studio 2.0 includes the following new features :

Instant Run: it shows the effect changes live in your running app.
You will be be able to see end product in real-time.

Android Emulator: The new emulator runs three times faster than Android’s previous emulator, and with ADB enhancements you can now push apps and data 10x faster to the emulator than to a physical device.

Cloud Test Lab Integration: Cloud Test Lab is a new service that allows you, which lets developers test their code on a wide range of cloud-based emulators hosted in Google’s data centers. You can also choose various configurations to make sure apps run as they should.

App Indexing Code Generation & Test: Help promote the visibility your app in Google Search for your users by adding auto-generated URLS with the App Indexing feature in Android Studio.

GPU Debugger Preview: For those of you developing OpenGL ES based games or apps, you can now see each frame and the GL state with the new GPU debugger. Uncover and diagnosis GL rendering issues by capturing and analyzing the GPU stream from your Android device.

For more detail, check android developers blog.

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