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By August 3, 2020, new apps must target at least Android 10 (API level 29). By November 2, 2020, all apps that are being updated must target at least Android 10 (API level 29).
Please update to Android App Builder 1.6 to meet the requirement.
- The target SDK is now Android 10 (API Level 29).
- Upgraded to Gradle 6.5.1 to compatibility for Android Studio 4.
- Upgraded to Android Gradle Plugin 4.0.0 to compatibility for Android Studio 4.
If you want to run your app on a real Android device, you must enable ‘USB Debugging’. You can find the option under
‘Settings > Developer Options’.
On Android 4.2 and newer, Developer options is hidden by default. To make it available, go to
‘Settings > About Phone’
and tap ‘Build Number’ seven times. Return to the previous screen to find ‘Developer Options’ then enable ‘USB Debugging’.
You can now customize the error messages. The ability to customize error messages has been added to the Android App Builder with version 1.5.2.
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Finally, the review of the Android App Builder has been completed and approved by Envato. It is a software that creates native apps for Android. You will have your Android app without writing a single line of code.
How it Works?
- Add the sections you need. (WordPress, Webview, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Flickr, Tumblr, Contact Form, Offline Page, WordPress Page, Link to URL)
- Generate your project with one click.
- If you want, test your app on emulator or a real device.
- If you ready, create your Signed APK or App Bundle with one click.
That’s it. You are ready to publish.
You can buy it on Codecanyon (Envato)