Google introduced the software development kit (SDK) application that paves the way for Android applications to run on different devices.
Android software, designed by Google and used in most of today’s smartphones, is preferred by many people because it is useful. The company is looking for ways to improve the user experience.
Google launches cross-device software development kit (SDK)
Personalization and access to more apps are among the most important reasons for Android apps. The company wants to go one step further. Now users will be able to use Android apps on different devices.
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Google is launching a software development kit (SDK) application that will facilitate the use of applications on different devices. The SDK will make it easier to use Android applications on non-Android phones, tablets, TVs, cars.
According to Google, the cross-device software development kit (SDK) will use Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and ultra-wideband to enable multi-device connectivity. However, to use the SDK, app developers will need to allow the ability to discover nearby devices, establish secure connections between devices, and host an app’s experience across multiple devices.
Google shared details on the subject with the document it published. According to the document, the main functions of the software development kit (SDK) are device discovery and authorization, secure connections and data transfers, and multi-device sessions.
However, the SDK only supports interactions between two devices at the same time. According to Google’s statement, the app currently accepts phone and tablet experiences. However, it will be supported on other devices with an update coming soon.