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View Crashes and ANRs in the new google play console beta version

 Many of you have got the new view of Google play developer console. We can observe many changes in the latest console view. They have grouped the features in the left menu for easy access.  To view Crashes and ANRs   1. Select an app. 2. On the left menu, scroll down to Quality group 3. Select Android Vitals --> Crashes and ANRs Use the filters to help you find and diagnose the issues. To view and troubleshoot the particular issue or crash, select the arrow on the right side of the issue. That will open a separate section which includes crash information, device information and logcat from the device. Happy Coding :-) ...

5 simple steps to setup app-ads.txt in AdMob

You would be seeing a warning message in your AdMob page, to add app-ads.txt file in your website to protect your apps revenue. we will know how to get rid of that message by the end of this page. First we will study about app-ads.txt file. What is app-ads.txt? Authorized Sellers or a pp-ads.txt, is an IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau) Tech Lab initiative designed for protecting app ad inventory. It helps ensure your app ad inventory is only sold through channels you have identified as authorized by specifying in the txt file. Creating app-ads.txt file gives you more control who's allowed to sell ads on your app and helps prevent online ad fraud. App publishers can do this by adding the app-ads.txt file to their website, and specifying website URL in the app store listing. Example of app-ads.txt file format: Your app-ads.txt file must be formatted as specified by the IAB Tech Lab in order to be verified. But don't be panic. Your Admob provides a personalized code sn

Create your first android application

When I start writing this blog I remembered the initial days of developing my first android application. I was working for a company as a senior software engineer to develop applications for blackberry devices. That time (in 2012) already Android boom was suppressing blackberry development in JAVA. So I decided to shift my technology from blackberry to android. For that I had to first convince my project delivery head that I could develop Android apps too. So, I took a first step and started researching android development process by following   and with the help of some android developers from the same company I created my first "Hello World" android app. In the process of android app development I learnt, unlike J2ME and Blackberry you no need to code for UI in android. You can just create your own screens by drag and drop of UI elements of texts, buttons, images etc., in layout files in the  res folder. So, you can just concentrate