Google introduced several updates to Google Play at the recent I/O conference, including a suite of tools for the developer console, Matthew Panzarino writes, among them "[a] new Android-centric IDE called Android Studio, built-in translation services and, most attractive of all, staged rollouts for alpha and beta testing." MartianCraft's Rob Rhyne says, "It's a savvy move to give Android developers better beta-testing and user tracking tools. These tools will make it easier to soft-launch on Android and allow further refinement before committing to a splashier launch on iOS."

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