Google revamps Developer Console for Google Play, eases tracking Android app ratings over time

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Google revamps its Developer Console for Google Play, eases tracking Android apps over time

Android developers need as much tender loving care for their interfaces as the users, don’t they? Google thinks so, as it just reworked Google Play’s Developer Console to offer a more direct, faster loading design. Along with scaling elegantly to let app writers see and manage many releases at a glance, the makeover gives developers a much more refined historical breakdown of app ratings. Creators can filter the star count through Android versions, carriers, countries, language, updates and even specific devices — if you’re convinced adding Kyocera Echo support was the ticket to improved ratings, you might have a chance to prove it. For anyone who isn’t that determined to keep everyone happy, there’s still a simplified publishing process and automatic translations for app descriptions in the store. Developers comfortable with a few limits on APK bundles can try the new console in a rough but mostly ready state ahead of its wider launch in the near future.

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