Google releases Android Studio 1.0 to developers

There's some great news for developers today: Android Studio is officially out of beta with version 1.0 for Windows, Mac, and Linux users. The full release of the development platform has been anticipated for a while now, after having originally entered beta earlier this year.

The goal of Android Studio is to provide a full-featured environment for easier, smoother app development. Some of its features include:

  • An Intelligent code editor
  • Code templates and GitHub integration
  • Multi-screen app development
  • Virtual devices of all shapes and sizes
  • Support for creating multiple APKs with different features in the same project

If you want to migrate to Android Studio, or just want to start building apps for Android Phones, Wear, TV, Auto, or Google Glass, you can hit up the source link below to download Android Studio 1.0 now.

Source: Android Developer

Dan Thorp-Lancaster