Google is making a splash with its Android and Apple mobile app developers today.
The Android and iPhone mobile apps will be available to developers this week, and are designed to help with a variety of Android and mobile-focused tasks, including, among other things, mobile marketing, user research, marketing, and business analysis.
The iPhone and Android apps will have a few key differences from their Android counterparts.
One is that Android will be free to use, whereas Android apps on Apple’s iPhone will be $4.99 each.
The other is that the Android apps for iOS will have the new Google Play Services integration, while the Android mobile apps are still in the Play Store.
Android will be compatible with both the Google Play Store and the iOS App Store, which means that Android developers can leverage Google’s Google Play services and the Google Assistant, and can work on both platforms on the same device.
This new feature is similar to what Google has done with the iOS and Android platforms.
Google announced its partnership with Apple in September last year, and the two companies have been working together closely to bring new features and capabilities to Android and to build a platform that works across both platforms.
Google’s Android and Google Play apps are also being launched in India and other countries.
There’s no word yet on how many Android and/or iPhone developers will be able to use these new apps, but if you’re one of them, you should check them out.
Thanks to reader james_m for the tip.