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An introduction to the Google Play Console for Android Developers

If you want to be a successful app developer , learning how to code and build apps is only part of the challenge. In order for anyone to actually buy your creation, you also need to upload it to the Google Play Store. Then there’s the busywork of responding to reviews, handling updates, monitoring sales, and looking out for errors. All of this is handled through the Google Play Console (AKA Developer Console). The Developer Console has grown and changed a lot over the years. It has recently undergone heavy redesigns to become more powerful, user-friendly, and intuitive. A well-versed developer can use all this to boost sales and improve the experience for their users. In this post, we’ll go over what you need to know and how to make the most of this control center for Android devs. What is the Google Play Console? The Google Play Console is the back-end interface that Android developers and publishers can use to upload new apps, manage existing ones, and monitor performance. S

An introduction to TensorFlow Lite development on Android

Android development is not limited to cute little apps that split the bill in restaurants (that seems to be everyone’s “genius app idea,” or is it just me?). Android is a powerful platform with backing from one of the biggest and most influential companies in the world. A company that is at the forefront of machine learning and considers itself “AI-first.” Learning TensorFlow Lite for Android lets developers implement advanced machine learning into their creations. This greatly extends an app’s capabilities and introduces countless new potential use-cases. It also teaches invaluable skills that are only going to increase in demand over the coming years. See also:  Is your job safe? Jobs that AI will destroy in the next 10-20 years This is the perfect introduction to machine learning, so let’s get started! What is TensorFlow? Let’s start with the basics: what is TensorFlow Lite? To answer that, we should first look at TensorFlow itself. TensorFlow is an “end-to-end” (meaning a

TOP 10 Best ''PC'' Games of All Time

Hi Guys. In this Article, We take a look at the top 10 Best pc games of All time. We selected All Best Games. Do you agree with this list? #1. GTA 5 #2. JUST CAUSE #3. Mafia 3 #4. Fallout 4 #5. Far cry primal #6. Saints Row 4 #7. GTA 4 #8. Assassin’s Creed Syndicate #9. Sleeping dogs. #10. Watch Dogs

How to Create a Blog for Free

   Hello friends, in this article I will tell you how you can create a good blog of your own for free. In today's time, everyone wants to earn money online from the internet. If you also want to earn money online then this article will be very helpful for you. First of all, it is important to know what a blog is. What is a blog? If you can write well on a topic and explain it to people well, then you can do this work easily through the blog, the blog is a platform where you can explain to people by writing. Online you will find many such platforms where you can create your own blog. Which is the best platform for the blog? There are many platforms for blogging. Here are some famous platforms. Here I have told you about 4 platforms out of which and are very popular. Because both these platforms provide good facilities. Here I will tell you how to create a blog from Because it is powered by Googl

Photo of ASUS ZenFone 7 ZS670KS showed 3-lens flip camera

  Triple Lens Camera:  Asus Added a telephoto lens in their cameras.  Let's take a closer look at the camera part. The two eyes on the right look like the ZenFone 6 as it is, and it is the shape of a flip camera that is enlarged by adding one to the left. There was information that 6.4-inch liquid crystal was installed, but it can be judged that 6.4-inch information is fake, such as the enlargement of the flip camera unit with 3 cameras and the ratio of the width of the back part on both sides. Since the lens part of the added camera is large, I think it is a telephoto camera rather than a macro or TOF. The camera configuration of ZenFone 7 will be wide-angle 64 million pixels + super wide-angle + telephoto. Remove the Fingerprint Sensor on the Back The back fingerprint sensor found on ZenFone 6 is also gone. Since it is reasonable to think that it is installed, it seems that it is adopted as an organic EL display so that it fits in the screen, or it is placed on the side as a powe

ASUS ZenFone 7 (ZS670KS) and ZenFone 7 Pro (ZS671KS) will have HDR 10+ and OLED Display

The new names for ZenFone 7 and ZenFone 7 Pro have been added to HDR 10+ Certified. Now it's clear that these two models also support HDR 10+. Only ROG Phone 3 has ever supported HDR 10+ on ASUS smartphones. Since this is equipped with an organic EL display, it seems likely that the ZenFone 7/7 Pro will also have an organic EL display as well. ZenFone 7 ZS670KS / ZenFone 7 Pro ZS671KS specifications 6.7 inch FHD+ OLED (organic EL) HDR 10+ Snapdragon 865 / Snapdragon 865 Plus Flip camera (triple camera configuration) 5000mAh USB-C 30W Wi-Fi 6 5G Source : HDR 10+ Certified

ZenFone 7 will be announced on August 26th Price will be around $500-650 with Flip Camera and SD865+

  ASUS has announced that ZenFone 7 will be announced on August 26th. A teaser video is on the official ASUS account. Get ready to defy ordinary. #ZenFone7 is coming soon. — ASUS (@ASUS) August 18, 2020  The teaser video of the presentation was posted along with the comment "Get ready to defy ordinary." The word "defy ordinary" was once used when announcing the ZenFone 6, and it was considered that it was a "defying common sense" and meant a ZenFone 6 flip camera. Since the word is used again this time, the display that appears in the teaser image is full screen, and there are no notches such as notches and punch holes, it can be inferred that the flip camera is also adopted for ZenFone 7.   With regard to this ZenFone7, there is no leak of the actual image even now, just before the announcement. I am looking forward to the day of the announcement.