Whether you're building for Android handsets, Wear OS by Google, Android TV, Android Auto, or Android Things, this section provides the guides and API reference you need.
This sample shows how to implement an audio media app that works across multiple form factors and provide a consistent user experience on Android phones, tablets, Auto, Wear and Cast devices.
This library provides APIs for essential app architecture tasks like lifecycle management and data persistence, so you can write modular apps with less boilerplate code.
Poor app performance can ruin the user experience and destroy your app's reputation. If it ever responds slowly, shows choppy animations, freezes, crashes, or consumes a lot of power, your users will notice. To avoid these performance problems, use the Android Profiler to measure your app's memory, CPU, and network usage.
Codelabs are short, self-paced tutorials that step you through the process of building a particular type of app or adding a new feature to an existing app.
Google partnered with Udacity to teach Android development with online videos. Several free courses are available, or you can enroll in the Nanodegree program.