Google has just announced a new version of its Android app store that allows users to make mobile apps for Android devices.
The new version includes more than a dozen new mobile apps and allows users who don’t already have an app on their devices to add it to their libraries.
These new apps will be built using Google’s new Java runtime platform, which Google says will give users more freedom to build mobile apps.
Android developers who want to build a mobile application for Android must be familiar with the Java programming language and the Android SDK, which provides the platform and tools for developing apps.
Java is a programming language that’s designed to be simple to learn and maintain.
Java has been the main language used by Google and other Android developers for years.
But Android developers have been experimenting with other programming languages, like Python, Swift, and Objective-C, in recent years.
For example, a lot of developers use the popular Open Source project, JVM, to develop mobile apps, although the developers of the JVM have also found that it’s not always easy to port their code to other languages.
As part of the Android 8.0 update, Google added the ability to build apps for phones using a new Java 8 runtime.
While the Android version of Java is still available for download, Google has also released a Java 8 SDK that developers can use to develop apps for Google’s Android platform.
In addition to new apps for mobile phones, Google’s Java 8 platform includes a new “Mobile Services” feature that lets developers create apps that work on all kinds of devices.
Developers can choose to use the new Java Runtime Platform, or JRE, or create their own JRE.
These apps can run on the new Android 8, 8.1, or 10 Android devices with an “Android TV” device that runs Android 4.4 KitKat.
Users can install an “iOS” app from the Google Play Store and run it on Android devices running iOS 9.
Google says it will roll out the Android apps for the new devices as soon as it can.
Developers who want Android apps can download the Android App Store for free or sign up for an account to get access to the developer tools and the developer SDK.
Android 8 and 10 phones will be the first Android phones to get Java 8 and the new JRE when they go on sale later this month.
In fact, Google said it plans to roll out Android 8 on a number of other devices this year.
For more information on the Android updates, check out our roundup of the best Android updates of the year.