Android Studio, the idea environment in which to develop mobile apps
- Official software that’s free
- Development environment and simulator
- Compatibility tests
- Although it works on computers with 2GB of RAM, best performance is 8GB.
Let’s say you have an app idea. You want to talk into your phone, say “mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the most beautiful of them all?” and get a response confirming, as you knew, that it’s you. Well this idea could become a reality, thanks to Android, Google’s operating system that is powers most of the smartphones in the world. There’s a whole programming suite dedicated to developing apps, and it’s name is Android Studio.
Everything an Android developer could ever want
Thanks to Android Studio you’ll have a console with which you can manage performance problems, usability, compatibility (and other problems resulting from inefficient programming), generic Android templates for apps and so on.
It really does have anything a developer could want. There are other Android developing tools out there, but Android Studio is the only official program.
Tuned in to the latest developments
As we know, operating systems are constantly evolving. Even more so in the case of Android, which (like Apple’s iOS), drives the IT development market forward every day. For this reason, an integrated development environment (IDE) such as Android Studio mustn't lag behind.
Android Studio really simplifies things; it has been designed so that less code is necessary. The designer has access to templates to save time, and the program is able to even correct some syntax problems. To really put your app through its paces, you can test it in a Windows environment without having to resort to an Android terminal, where it can operate up to 10 times faster.
Android Studio comes with the slogan "write once, run anywhere", which means that the code will be configured for use on any Android. Thanks to this, Android Studio will notably reduce your working hours and, if all goes to plan, pave the way for your app to be a success.