Developers are now able to download the Android Studio IDE for free in the Google Play Store.
The IDE is available as an app on the Google Store and can be downloaded for free through the Android Developer portal.
The free download for the Android Development Tools is available through the Google Developer portal, but the app will require a Google account and a license to download.
The app is a free download, and is not meant to replace the official Android SDK.
The Google Play store page for the free download of the Android IDE reads, “Download the free Android Studio to build and deploy apps for Android and iOS.
Learn more about the tools and install them with just a few clicks.”
Developers who are using the free version of the IDE can choose to sign up for the paid version and get access to additional features.
This includes support for Android Studio versions up to Android 9.0.1, the version of Android that is still available for developers to use.
Android Studio was initially available as a paid version of Google Play, but it now also supports a subscription to a Google developer account.
The subscription allows developers to download additional tools and resources.
Google Play is also currently available for purchase for the developer through the company’s online store.
Developers can buy licenses for the software, but they are not needed to run apps in the browser.
Android users can use the free and paid versions of the tool, but Google doesn’t make it free for non-Android users.
If a developer wants to support a specific version of iOS or Android, they can purchase the license to that version.