Google has released the new Play Console app in the Google Play Store, giving Android app developers a new way to instantly access the app critical app data on the go.

Google says:

You can access your app's data including installs, uninstalls, crashes, ratings, and reviews. You can also receive push notifications for important news like when your app update is live on Google Play. And you can even reply to reviews directly in the app, making it easier and quicker to engage your audience when you want to.

Developers should note that they have to be logged in with the proper developer account in order for the app to work. The Play Console app is available now on the Google Play Store.

Google will also soon release another new app for developers called Playbook. The goal of Playbook is to help you grow your business on Google Play, and provides articles and videos, both from Google experts and from around the web, on building a successful business. The material provided by Playbook is done so according to your personal business objectives. While not yet available for all developers, you can sign up to become a tester for Playbook right now.