Giving a product a professional user interface look and feel add value to it. When the user likes what he or she sees in an app UI, the chances that they will install it increases a great deal. There are a set of defined rules for the design, colour, icon and other UI elements that your Android app should follow. In this article, we will stick to the icons, the launcher icon, for your Android app.

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Application widgets provide your users with easy access to your application’s most frequently used features, while giving your app a presence on the user’s homescreen. By adding a widget to your project, you can provide a better user experience, while encouraging users to remain engaged with your application, as every single time they glance at their homescreen they’ll see your widget, displaying some of your app’s most useful and interesting content.

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As you know, it’s best practice to always use source control management (SCM) for your projects—even personal projects. Do you know that Android Studio has an amazing integration with Git for source control management? If you didn’t know or don’t have experience using it, then continue reading this post. Even if you have already used Android Studio’s Git integration, you might still pick up some useful tricks in this post.

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Application widgets provide your users with easy access to your application’s most frequently used features, while giving your app a presence on the user’s homescreen. By adding a widget to your project, you can provide a better user experience, while encouraging users to remain engaged with your application, as every single time they glance at their homescreen they’ll see your widget, displaying some of your app’s most useful and interesting content.

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Whenever you design an Android app, you want as many people as possible to download and use that app, but this can only happen if your app is accessible to everyone—including people who access their Android devices via assistive features, or who experience mobile apps without elements such as colour or sound.

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