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Android Studio 3.2 has been released

Google has released the latest version of its Android operating system Integrated Development Environment (IDE), Android Studio 3.2 on September 24, 2018. The new version is now available for download to bring developers new ways to optimize battery efficiency, faster app testing, and more assets from Android 9 Pie.

The IDE update was first announced at the Google I/O event last May. Since then, the Android team has processed and polished its new features, focusing on improving the quality of the release, and now comes with over 20 new features including some of those relating to the “Pie” release of the OS and the new Android App bundle.

With the new Android App Bundle, developers can easily build their codes as an app bundle and get the benefit of smaller Android Package Kits (APKs) based on language,  screen density, and Application Binary Interface (ABIs), with no changes to your app code. The new version is designed to help deliver smaller APKs to your users and reduce the download size of your app.

The addition of an Energy Profiler, Android Slices, Material Design updates, and Android Emulator Snapshots are among the biggest updates for Android Studio 3.2. These bring battery consumption, Artificial Intelligence (AI) integration, User Interface (UI), and testing features that align well with the underlying goals of the next iteration of Android. Other features include Slices support, sample data, CMakeList editing support, and it even has a new What’s New assistant to inform the coders of the latest changes.

You can now download the new version for Windows, Mac, and Linux. If you are already using Android Studio, you can now get the latest version of it.

Here’s a video on how to install Android Studio 3.2 as the first step in your journey to build powerful apps.

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