Android Studio

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Android Studio is the official IDE for Android application development, based on IntelliJ IDEA. On top of the capabilities you expect from IntelliJ, Android Studio offers:

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Android Studio review by <span>Wasi M.</span>
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Extremely good for Android Programming

What do you like best?

This is the swiss knife of android development! Easy, convenient and simple! I love the interface of Android studio, the package manager is also awesome! Keep app structure clean and easy to work with!

What do you dislike?

The Feature enriched android studio is pretty robust! But, It takes a lot of memory, which sometimes becomes a drawback for low end computers! Also, the Gradle build is another factor when considering the performance. It really takes time! But, overall I would give A+ to android studio. It is indeed a great product!

Recommendations to others considering the product

I would definitely recommend others to use android studio. It is an key tool for android developers to help them build scalable and good apps.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We develop android application for mobile users. We also create mobile interface or native app of web application using this. The most significant benefit we have is it made us more productive! And, helped to faster the development phase

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Android Studio review by Administrator
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Everything you need to develop Android Apps in one editor!

What do you like best?

Android Studio is the Android Apps develop Platform for excellence. It is constantly updated, easy to use, fully customizable and even more light and fast with the development and release of new versions.

It is very well supported from the community, and there are hundred of tutorials, web sites, youtube channels etc.. that can help you and guide you in both baseline and advanced development. And least but not last it's totally free!

What do you dislike?

Initially the tool could scare because of the huge amount of information and tools that it puts in front of those who use it for the first time, but with some practice it became even more familiar and it will be easy to use it.

Recommendations to others considering the product

It's a must have tool if you want develop android native app. It have integrat all you can need to develop, edit, test, analyse etc the app before release. It's free and always updated. There are also a great community and hundred of guides, tutorial, and videos that can guide you throw the use of the tool.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

With the tool we can easy develop, debug, and edit our Android Apps, we can test them before the release thanks to the useful android emulator integrated.

What Mobile Development Platforms solution do you use?

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Android Studio review by <span>Bhavesh P.</span>
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Good Tool for Android Development

What do you like best?

Android Studio is free and runs on any Operating System ever.. as it is cross-platform! So if you are working on a project on Windows, you can easily shift to MAC without any of the progress getting hampered. It's made from InteliJ, which is open source IDE!

What do you dislike?

It is a RAM eater and one needs minimum 8 GB of RAM in order to have a smooth experience with Android Studio! Also, sometimes PC hangs if two or more processes are running together in Android Studio

Recommendations to others considering the product

Don't go for Eclipse or any other IDE for Native Android Development, as they are obselete now. Go only and only for Android Studio!

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Ofcourse, building Android apps and UI Testing for apps. Expresso UI Testing is really beneficial when we are publishing our app because we do not need to test all the features of our app manually and basically the apps are built bug free, so more user retention and good user experience too!

Android Studio review by <span>Rofiqo Fauzan F.</span>
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Amazing Tools For build your android apps

What do you like best?

android studio is a best tools to help me and my be you all, to build some Apps. i use it every day. In Android studio you can do everything. You can write code everything you want, you can import library, you can manage minimum sdk, you can make your code connect to git, and even you can directly upload your apk to Google Playstore on it. In Android studio has an community support to help you to create your amazing design. And also in Android studio has an UI test like espresso. If you don't have an android to test you app, you can use the emulator.

And may be make us fun is, Android studio is free

What do you dislike?

Android studio need the high specification for you laptop. the minimum ram is 4 Gb.

So, if you want to build your app with Android studio, You must have a laptop with good specs. :)

The Emulator of the android studio is very need the high spec of your PC or Laptop.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Android Studio is the best tools to increase your skill android programming to get cool design from material design in android studio. i think android studio is very recommend if you want to make a cool app

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

I build app with android studio for my job in my work, and also for myself. In my job all of developer android use an Android studio.

Android Studio review by <span>YoYo F.</span>
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I f***** love android studio

What do you like best?

It's FREE. And from the intellij source code. Designed by Google. I love intellij's line of product's new features and constant updating of it's IDE. It's like a kitchen sink of awesome tools. Add Google's constant support and development of it, and it becomes the ultimate android IDE. The new Android Studio update and Kotlin support is evidence of what I'm talking about. I have recommended Android Studio to everyone since the beginning.

A few years ago, Android Studio's default emulator was really slow and a pain in the butt to work with. And everyone basically had to use Genymotion's emulator. But it has since been updated and is as fast, if not faster than any of the 3rd party emulator software out there.

Did I say it's FREE? Unlike intellij's other software which cost a ton, Android Studio is provided by Google for free. FREE!

What do you dislike?

It'll really bog your computer down. You should have at least 4GB of Ram on a good computer to run android studio at the same time at it's emulator. Smoothly. I recommend going up to 8GB of RAM. I personally bought a 12 GB RAM laptop just so I can have multiple android studio windows and emulators open so I can work on multiple projects at the same time.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Look up TheNewBoston's youtube video on Android Studio interface. It teaches you the UI really quickly. Because if you have never touched IntelliJ software before, the whole kitchen sink of a user interface will confuse you real quick.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Building Android apps. Let's be honest here, what else are you going to build Android apps with? Eclipse? Eclipse is so buggy and outdated, it's not even a competition.

Android Studio review by <span>ASHISH J.</span>
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great App development Tool for android Applications

What do you like best?

It has multiple good features like: Gradle Integration, Advanced Code Completion/Refactoring , better Project Organisation as compare to other IDE's, Performance / Stability. It is the official IDE for Android and the best part is that it is the fastest tools for building apps on every type of Android device.

What do you dislike?

It takes lot of RAM.You should have at least 4-8 GB of Ram on a good computer / Laptop to run android studio smoothly. It has performance issues with ubuntu like most of time keys of keyboard get hanged / stucked creating performance issues.

Recommendations to others considering the product

should consider on performance issues on ubuntu operating system and ram issues that make my system stuck most of times

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

As android application developer whenever I needed a tool for design and development in a smooth manner I straightaway go with android studio because it has great help and syntax checks for developer

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