Sep 09

Interactive watch faces with the latest Android Wear update

Posted by Wayne Piekarski, Developer Advocate

The Android Wear team is rolling out a new update that includes support for interactive watch faces. Now, you can detect taps on the watch face to provide information quickly, without having to open an app. This gives you new opportunities to make your watch face more engaging and interesting. For example, in this animation for the Pujie Black watch face, you can see that just touching the calendar indicator quickly changes the watch face to show the agenda for the day, making the watch face more helpful and engaging.

Interactive watch face API

The first step in building an interactive watch face is to update your build.gradle to use version 1.3.0 of the Wearable Support library. Then, you enable interactive watch faces in your watch face style using setAcceptsTapEvents(true):

setWatchFaceStyle(new WatchFaceStyle.Builder(mService)
    .setAcceptsTapEvents(true)
    // other style customizations
    .build());

To receive taps, you can override the following method:

@Override
public void onTapCommand(int tapType, int x, int y, long eventTime) { }

You will receive events TAP_TYPE_TOUCH when the user initially taps on the screen, TAP_TYPE_TAP when the user releases their finger, and TAP_TYPE_TOUCH_CANCEL if the user moves their finger while touching the screen. The events will contain (x,y) coordinates of where the touch event occurred. You should note that other interactions such as swipes and long presses are reserved for use by the Android Wear system user interface.

And that’s it! Adding interaction to your existing watch faces is really easy with just a few extra lines of code. We have updated the WatchFace sample to show a complete implementation, and design and development documentation describing the API in detail.

Wi-Fi added to LG G Watch R

This release also brings Wi-Fi support to the LG G Watch R. Wi-Fi support is already available in many Android Wear watches and allows the watch to communicate with the companion phone without requiring a direct Bluetooth connection. So, you can leave your phone at home, and as long as you have Wi-Fi, you can use your watch to receive notifications, send messages, make notes, or ask Google a question. As a developer, you should ensure that you use the Data API to abstract away your communications, so that your application will work on any kind of Android Wear watch, even those without Wi-Fi.

Updates to existing watches

This update to Android Wear will roll out via an over-the-air (OTA) update to all Android Wear watches over the coming weeks. The wearable support library version 1.3 provides the implementation for touch interactions, and is designed to continue working on devices which have not been updated. However, the touch support will only work on updated devices, so you should wait to update your apps on Google Play until the OTA rollout is complete, which we’ll announce on the Android Wear Developers Google+ community. If you want to release immediately but check if touch interactions are available, you can use this code snippet:

PackageInfo packageInfo = PackageManager.getPackageInfo("com.google.android.wearable.app", 0);
if (packageInfo.versionCode > 720000000) {
  // Supports taps - cache this result to avoid calling PackageManager again
} else {
  // Device does not support taps yet
}


Android Wear developers have created thousands of amazing apps for the platform and we can’t wait to see the interactive watch faces you build. If you’re looking for a little inspiration, or just a cool new watch face, check out the Interactive Watch Faces collection on Google Play.

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Sep 05

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Aug 31

Final update to Android 7.1 Developer Preview

Posted by Dave Burke, VP of Engineering

Today we’re rolling out an update to the Android 7.1 Developer Preview — the
last before we release the final Android 7.1.1 platform to the ecosystem.
Android 7.1.1 includes the developer features already available on Pixel and
Pixel XL devices and adds optimizations and bug fixes on top of the base Android
7.1 platform. With Developer Preview 2, you can make sure your apps are ready
for Android 7.1.1 and the consumers that will soon be running it on their
devices.

As highlighted
in October, we’re also expanding the range of devices that can receive this
Developer Preview update to Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, and Pixel C.

If you have a supported device that’s enrolled in the Android Beta Program, you’ll receive an
update to Developer Preview 2 over the coming week. If you haven’t enrolled your
device yet, just visit the site to
enroll your device and get the update.

In early December, we’ll roll out Android 7.1.1 to the full lineup of supported
devices as well as Pixel and Pixel XL devices.

What’s in this update?

Developer Preview 2 is a release candidate for Android 7.1.1 that you can use to
complete your app development and testing in preparation for the upcoming final
release. In includes near-final system behaviors and UI, along with the latest
bug fixes and optimizations across the system and Google apps.

It also includes the developer features and APIs (API level 25) already
introduced in Developer Preview 1. If you haven’t explored the developer
features, you’ll want to take a look at app shortcuts,
round
icon resources, and image keyboard
support, among others — you can see the full list of
developer features here.

With Developer Preview 2, we’re also updating the SDK build and platform tools
in Android Studio, the Android 7.1.1 platform, and the API Level 25 emulator
system images. The latest version of the support library (25.0.1)
is also available for you to add
image keyboard support, bottom
navigation, and other features for devices running API Level 25 or earlier.

For details on API Level 25 check out the API
diffs and the updated API
reference on the developer preview
site.

Get your apps ready for Android 7.1

Now is the time to optimize your apps to look their best on Android 7.1.1. To
get started, update to Android
Studio 2.2.2 and then download the API Level 25 platform, emulator system
images, and tools through the SDK Manager in Android Studio.

After installing the API Level 25 SDK, you can update your project’s
compileSdkVersion to 25 to build and test against the new APIs. If you’re doing
compatibility testing, we recommend updating your app’s targetSdkVersion to 25
to test your app with compatibility behaviors disabled. For details on how to
set up your app with the API Level 25 SDK, see Set
up the Preview.

If you’re adding app shortcuts or circular launcher icons to your app, you can
use Android Studio’s built-in Image Asset Studio to quickly help you create
icons of different sizes that meet the material
design guidelines. You can test your round icons on the Google APIs emulator
for API Level 25, which includes support for round icons and the new Google
Pixel Launcher.


Android Studio and the Google APIs emulator let you quickly create and test
your round icon assets.

If you’re adding image keyboard support, you can use the Messenger and Google
Keyboard apps included in the preview system images for testing as they include
support for this new API.

Scale your tests using Firebase Test Lab for Android

To help scale your testing, make sure to take advantage of Firebase
Test Lab for Android and run your tests in the cloud at no charge during the
preview period on all virtual devices including the Developer Preview 2 (API
25). You can use the automated crawler (Robo Test) to
test your app without having to write any test scripts, or you can upload your
own instrumentation (e.g. Espresso) tests. You can upload your tests here.

Publish your apps to alpha, beta or production channels in Google
Play

After you’ve finished final testing, you can publish your updates compiled
against, and optionally targeting, API 25 to Google Play. You can publish to
your alpha, beta,
or even production channels in the Google Play Developer Console. In this way,
push your app updates to users whose devices are running Android 7.1, such as
Pixel and Android Beta devices.

Get Developer Preview 2 on Your Eligible Device

If you have an eligible device that’s already enrolled in the Android Beta Program, the device will get
the Developer Preview 2 update over the coming week. No action is needed on your
part. If you aren’t yet enrolled in program, the easiest way to get started is
by visiting android.com/beta and opt-in
your eligible Android phone or tablet — you’ll soon receive this preview update
over-the-air. As always, you can also download and flash
this update manually.

As mentioned above, this Developer Preview update is available for Nexus 5X,
Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, and Pixel C devices.

We’re expecting to launch the final release of the Android 7.1.1 in just a few
weeks Starting in December, we’ll roll out Android 7.1.1 to the full lineup of
supported preview devices, as well as the recently launched Pixel and Pixel XL
devices. At that time, we’ll also push the sources to AOSP, so our device
manufacturer partners can bring this new platform update to consumers on their
devices.

Meanwhile, we continue to welcome your feedback in the Developer
Preview issue tracker, N
Preview Developer community, or Android Beta
community as we work towards the final consumer release in December!


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Jul 26

Final preview update, official Android P coming soon!


Posted By Dave Burke, VP of Engineering

Android P is almost here! As we put the finishing touches on the new platform, today we’re bringing you Android P Beta 4.

Beta 4 is the last preview milestone before we launch the official Android P platform later this summer. Take this opportunity to test your apps and publish updates, to make sure you offer a great experience for users transitioning to Android P!

What’s in this update?

Today’s Beta 4 update includes a release candidate build with final system behaviors and the official Android P APIs (API level 28), available since Beta 2. It includes everything you need to wrap up your testing in time for the upcoming official Android P release.

Get your apps ready for Android P

With the consumer launch coming soon, it’s important to test your app for compatibility with Android P. Just install your current app from Google Play on an Android P Beta device or emulator. As you work through the flows, make sure your app runs and looks great, and that it handles the Android P behavior changes properly.

Also watch for uses of non-SDK interfaces in your app. Android P restricts access to selected non-SDK interfaces, so you should reduce your reliance on them. See our recent post for details..

After you’ve made any necessary updates, we recommend publishing to Google Play right away without changing the app’s platform targeting. This lets you ensure a great experience for Android P users while you work on enhancing your app with Android P APIs and targeting.

Enhance your app with Android P features and APIs

When you’re ready, dive into Android P and learn about the new features and APIs that you can use in your apps, like multi-camera support, display cutout, enhanced notifications, ImageDecoder, TextClassifier, and others.

To build with the new APIs, just download the official API 28 SDK and tools into Android Studio 3.1, or use the latest version of Android Studio 3.2. Then update your project’s compileSdkVersion and targetSdkVersion to API 28. When you change your targeting, make sure your app supports all of the applicable behavior changes.

As soon as you’re ready, publish your APK updates that are compiled against, or optionally targeting, API 28. A common strategy is to use Google Play’s beta testing feature to get early feedback from a small group of users and then do a staged rollout to production.

Visit the Developer Preview site for details and documentation. Also check out this video and the Google I/O Android playlist for more on what’s new in Android P for developers.

How do I get Beta 4?

It’s easy – you can get Android P Beta 4 on Pixel devices by enrolling here. If you’re already enrolled in our Android Beta program, you’ll automatically get the Beta 4 update soon. As always, downloadable system images for Pixel devices are also available. Partners who are participating in the Android P Beta program will also be updating their devices to Beta 4 over the coming weeks.

What’s next?

Stay tuned for the official Android P launch coming soon! You can continue to share your feedback or requests in the meantime, and feel free to use our hotlists for platform issues, app compatibility issues, and third-party SDK issues.

Thanks for your feedback so far, and thank you to everyone who participated in our recent Reddit AMA on r/androiddev!


Android Developers Blog

Jul 19

Final update to Android 7.1 Developer Preview

Posted by Dave Burke, VP of Engineering

Today we’re rolling out an update to the Android 7.1 Developer Preview — the
last before we release the final Android 7.1.1 platform to the ecosystem.
Android 7.1.1 includes the developer features already available on Pixel and
Pixel XL devices and adds optimizations and bug fixes on top of the base Android
7.1 platform. With Developer Preview 2, you can make sure your apps are ready
for Android 7.1.1 and the consumers that will soon be running it on their
devices.

As highlighted
in October, we’re also expanding the range of devices that can receive this
Developer Preview update to Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, and Pixel C.

If you have a supported device that’s enrolled in the Android Beta Program, you’ll receive an
update to Developer Preview 2 over the coming week. If you haven’t enrolled your
device yet, just visit the site to
enroll your device and get the update.

In early December, we’ll roll out Android 7.1.1 to the full lineup of supported
devices as well as Pixel and Pixel XL devices.

What’s in this update?

Developer Preview 2 is a release candidate for Android 7.1.1 that you can use to
complete your app development and testing in preparation for the upcoming final
release. In includes near-final system behaviors and UI, along with the latest
bug fixes and optimizations across the system and Google apps.

It also includes the developer features and APIs (API level 25) already
introduced in Developer Preview 1. If you haven’t explored the developer
features, you’ll want to take a look at app shortcuts,
round
icon resources, and image keyboard
support, among others — you can see the full list of
developer features here.

With Developer Preview 2, we’re also updating the SDK build and platform tools
in Android Studio, the Android 7.1.1 platform, and the API Level 25 emulator
system images. The latest version of the support library (25.0.1)
is also available for you to add
image keyboard support, bottom
navigation, and other features for devices running API Level 25 or earlier.

For details on API Level 25 check out the API
diffs and the updated API
reference on the developer preview
site.

Get your apps ready for Android 7.1

Now is the time to optimize your apps to look their best on Android 7.1.1. To
get started, update to Android
Studio 2.2.2 and then download the API Level 25 platform, emulator system
images, and tools through the SDK Manager in Android Studio.

After installing the API Level 25 SDK, you can update your project’s
compileSdkVersion to 25 to build and test against the new APIs. If you’re doing
compatibility testing, we recommend updating your app’s targetSdkVersion to 25
to test your app with compatibility behaviors disabled. For details on how to
set up your app with the API Level 25 SDK, see Set
up the Preview.

If you’re adding app shortcuts or circular launcher icons to your app, you can
use Android Studio’s built-in Image Asset Studio to quickly help you create
icons of different sizes that meet the material
design guidelines. You can test your round icons on the Google APIs emulator
for API Level 25, which includes support for round icons and the new Google
Pixel Launcher.


Android Studio and the Google APIs emulator let you quickly create and test
your round icon assets.

If you’re adding image keyboard support, you can use the Messenger and Google
Keyboard apps included in the preview system images for testing as they include
support for this new API.

Scale your tests using Firebase Test Lab for Android

To help scale your testing, make sure to take advantage of Firebase
Test Lab for Android and run your tests in the cloud at no charge during the
preview period on all virtual devices including the Developer Preview 2 (API
25). You can use the automated crawler (Robo Test) to
test your app without having to write any test scripts, or you can upload your
own instrumentation (e.g. Espresso) tests. You can upload your tests here.

Publish your apps to alpha, beta or production channels in Google
Play

After you’ve finished final testing, you can publish your updates compiled
against, and optionally targeting, API 25 to Google Play. You can publish to
your alpha, beta,
or even production channels in the Google Play Developer Console. In this way,
push your app updates to users whose devices are running Android 7.1, such as
Pixel and Android Beta devices.

Get Developer Preview 2 on Your Eligible Device

If you have an eligible device that’s already enrolled in the Android Beta Program, the device will get
the Developer Preview 2 update over the coming week. No action is needed on your
part. If you aren’t yet enrolled in program, the easiest way to get started is
by visiting android.com/beta and opt-in
your eligible Android phone or tablet — you’ll soon receive this preview update
over-the-air. As always, you can also download and flash
this update manually.

As mentioned above, this Developer Preview update is available for Nexus 5X,
Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, and Pixel C devices.

We’re expecting to launch the final release of the Android 7.1.1 in just a few
weeks Starting in December, we’ll roll out Android 7.1.1 to the full lineup of
supported preview devices, as well as the recently launched Pixel and Pixel XL
devices. At that time, we’ll also push the sources to AOSP, so our device
manufacturer partners can bring this new platform update to consumers on their
devices.

Meanwhile, we continue to welcome your feedback in the Developer
Preview issue tracker, N
Preview Developer community, or Android Beta
community as we work towards the final consumer release in December!


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