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  • Reduce your app size with Android App Bundles

    With Android App Bundles, you can enhance your app’s user experience using a smaller app size. Android App Bundles are a more efficient way to build and release your app. Importantly, the app bundle feature is engineered to deliver greater...

    • Duration 9m
    • Rating 4.9
    • Intermediate
  • Subscription features overview

    Using Google Play Billing, you can offer in-app products that charge users for content or services on a recurring basis, known as subscriptions. Subscriptions can include items like a collection of items, games, or other content for a recurring fee...

    • Duration 7m
    • Rating 4.8
    • Intermediate
  • Introduction to app accessibility

    Accessibility refers to the design of products, devices, services, and environments that work for everyone. Designing for accessibility is about designing for users with a wide range of abilities so that everyone can navigate, understand, and use your ...

    • Duration 5m
    • Rating 4.7
    • Beginner
  • Deliver functionality on demand with dynamic features

    With dynamic feature modules, you can reduce your app’s initial installation size and load functionality incrementally when it’s needed. Dynamic features are installed on demand after the initial installation to provide additional functionality...

    • Duration 8m
    • Rating 4.8
    • Intermediate
  • Understanding App Signing by Google Play

    Each app release is digitally signed with the same secret cryptographic key. When an Android device receives an app update, before updating it, the platform checks if the digital signature matches the version of the app that’s currently on the...

    • Duration 8m
    • Rating 4.8
    • Intermediate
  • Make the most of the Android App Bundle and dynamic delivery

    With Android App Bundles, you can significantly reduce the size of your apps while simplifying your release process. By using an Android App Bundle, you manage a single artifact that includes all of your app's compiled code, resources, and native...

    • Path
    • Rating 5.0
    • Award
  • Set up a managed product

    After you have a monetization strategy, it’s time to deploy it in your app. You can easily configure managed products on the Play Console, and then test them using a test account.

    • Duration 8m
    • Rating 4.5
    • Intermediate
  • Manage orders

    Using the Play Console, you can view your app’s orders, issue refunds, and manage subscription cancellations for items that your users purchase. In this course, you’ll learn how to find and manage orders to provide support for your users.

    • Duration 8m
    • Rating 4.5
    • Intermediate
  • Understand how Google Play supports you

    As a Google Play developer, you can access a number of services and support channels. You will learn how to engage with Google Play when you have questions or concerns about your app, the Play Console, or other programs.

    • Path
    • Rating 4.8
    • Beginner
    • Award
  • Introduction to LiveOps

    By combining in-game content, events, and sales, you can build a long-term engagement and monetization strategy that leads to a healthy and sustainable lifetime value.

    • Duration 9m
    • Rating 4.6
    • Intermediate
  • Play Console basics

    Learn how to use the Google Play Console to upload an Android app or game, create a store listing, and hit publish to reach an audience on Google Play. This path will provide an overview of critical Play Console features and point...

    • Path
    • Rating 4.7
  • Introduction to Android vitals

    A better user experience, higher ratings, and more retained installers can all be driven by improving your app’s performance. Using technical performance information from Android vitals on the Play Console, you can focus on the right opportunities for ...

    • Duration 4m
    • Rating 4.6
    • Beginner
  • Grow your subscription business

    After you invest time into adding subscriptions to your app, it’s important to keep your app fresh with monetization options that appeal to both new and existing users. By using features available on the Play Console, that help you analyze...

    • Duration 7m
    • Rating 4.8
    • Intermediate
  • Support your app's users

    To create the best experience for your users, we recommend providing comprehensive support resources for each of your apps.

    • Duration 5m
    • Rating 4.8
    • Beginner
  • Earn revenue with a flexible monetization strategy

    There are multiple monetization options available on Google Play. Learn about the options available to you and how you can combine them to create a strategy that maximizes your app’s revenue.

    • Duration 6m
    • Rating 4.8
    • Beginner
  • Subscription model for games

    Subscriptions offer a great business model that provides mutual benefits to both you and your subscribers. In this course, we’ll look at examples of how a subscription model can be applied to games and the best practices to determine what’s...

    • Duration 5m
    • Rating 4.7
    • Intermediate
  • Release updates progressively with staged rollouts

    Google Play allows you to release an app update to a subset of your users, then progressively to larger portions of your user base. During these rollouts, you can halt the rollout anytime you need to fix issues with the...

    • Duration 11m
    • Rating 4.8
    • Intermediate
  • Overview of device categories and user programs on Google Play

    Android is designed to run on many different types of devices, from phones to tablets and televisions. The range of devices provides a huge potential audience for your app. In order for your app to be successful on all these...

    • Duration 9m
    • Rating 4.9
    • Beginner
  • Manage the price of your app

    Paid apps are one way to monetize your app on Google Play. You can manage and update the price of your app and local prices with your Play Console. You can also create a sale or promotion of your paid...

    • Duration 12m
    • Rating 4.4
    • Beginner
  • Evaluate your revenue

    Using the Play Console, you can review your app’s financial data to see how your sales, in-app products, and subscriptions perform over time. Revenue data is based on estimated sales (amounts paid by buyers, including tax.)

    • Duration 9m
    • Rating 4.7
    • Beginner
  • Version codes and testing track statuses

    Version codes are an important component of your app upgrade and maintenance strategy. The version code will be used by the system to determine compatibility and identity dependencies.

    • Duration 5m
    • Rating 4.4
    • Intermediate
  • Rollout a release

    After you create an app on the Play Console, the next step is to create and rollout a release. You go through these steps when you want to test your app with trusted users and when you publish your app...

    • Duration 9m
    • Rating 4.8
    • Beginner