Develop Android apps with Kotlin
Write better Android apps faster with Kotlin. Kotlin is a modern statically typed programming language used by over 60% of professional Android developers that helps boost productivity, developer satisfaction, and code safety.
Expressive and concise
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Zomato uses Kotlin to write safer, more concise code
Kotlin helped Zomato reduce the number of lines of code in their app significantly, and it has also helped them find important defects in their app at compile time.
Watch Zomato's Rahul, Vice President, Product Management, and Prateek Sharma, Android developer, talk about how Zomato started adopting Kotlin and about how they now use it for all new feature releases.
Kotlin is a free and open source project under the Apache 2.0 license. The code for the project is developed openly on GitHub primarily by the team employed at JetBrains, with contributions from Google and others. Our choice of Kotlin reaffirms our commitment to an open developer ecosystem as we evolve and grow the Android platform, and we are excited to see the language evolve.