You created a brand new Android application, but so far it only has one user: you.
This course will teach you all that you need to know about the publishing and distributing process so that you can share your amazing app with the world.
You already went through some of the Android Fundamental courses, and you know how to create an Android application. But, then what?
In this course, Publishing and Distributing Your Android Application, you will gain the knowledge on how to release and distribute an Android application First, you will learn how to prepare your app for the release process. Next, you will discover how Google Play Store can help you optimize your release process and improve your
development experience. Finally, you will explore some alternative ways of distribution. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge needed to release an Android application to its customers.
Vladimir Jovanović is a passionate Android developer. Since Android 2.2, he has been helping companies have clean and stable Android applications. He currently lives in Berlin and is an active member of Berlin's Android community.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Vladimir Jovanovic, and welcome to my course Publishing and Distributing Your Android Application. I have been developing Android applications for a long time, but I still remember that amazing feeling when I published my first application. And I want the same for you, that in a few years' time you remember that exact moment with a smile on your face. In this course, I want to share with you the right steps to take and pitfalls to avoid when it comes to publishing and distributing Android applications. First, we'll learn how to prepare your app for the release process so that its stable and secure for its future users. Next, we'll go through the process of building the app. After that, we'll see how to publish the app to Google Play Store. While doing that, we'll also check how Google Play Store can help you optimize your release process and improve your development experience. Finally, we'll check some alternative ways of distribution and see when they should be used. By the end of this course you will know how to successfully publish and distribute your Android application. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with Android basics and have some experience with Android Studio. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to publish Android applications with the Publishing and Distributing Your Android Application course at Pluralsight.