In order to help out Android developers keep their app payments organized, Google has announced some new changes for the Google Play Developer Console. So now, Google has moved order management to the developer console, and the payments settings will now be accessible from the developer console too.
Google has a developer console application so that devs can keep track various pieces of data for their developer account as well as their Android applications.
The new update adds the following features. . .
- Notifications about new reviews
- Filters to find the reviews you want
The Google Play Developer Console is a backend dashboard for those who develop and publish applications in the Play Store.
Until now, it was only available as a website but now it has its own Android application. You won't have access to everything, but you can check on performance statistics...
The Google Play Developer Console has gotten a new logo. It looks similar to the recent Google Play logo refresh that all of Google's "Play" apps received, only it' blue with an atomic diagram inside the Play button.
There's been a lot of rumors going around lately that claim Google is getting ready to announce a dedicated Android VR headset at Google I/O next week.
Adding more fuel to the fire, Android Police has just spotted an Android VR placeholder in the Google Play Developer Console.
Google has just updated their Google Play Developer Console with some new tools to help developers engage and understand the people using their apps and games.
The ratings and review page has received some improvements that let the developer see their ratings over time, as well as a breakdown...