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Android apps are software programs that run on the Android OS. They can be downloaded on Android TVs, tablets, and phones. They are extremely adept in using the touchscreen, camera and GPS features on the device. A lot of apps installed on an Android phone can, however, affect the life of batteries and performance.

Developing Android apps requires a thorough understanding of the Android platform and its design principles and frameworks. It is also about developing an appropriate app architecture that divides UI and OS-related code into separate components which share responsibilities. The system is able to activate these components asynchronously using the broadcast mechanism, which is triggered by intentions.

Java is the preferred language for Android development, although Kotlin has gained popularity in recent years. Both languages are supported by the Android SDK. On the web, there’s an enormous group of developers who can help newcomers understand the language and troubleshoot any issues.

The Android OS itself is divided into multiple layers, with the application layer consisting of the default apps that ship with the operating system as well as proprietary applications that are included with a particular device such as the phone dialer or music player. The Android application layer is comprised of custom firmwares, like CyanogenMod or OMFGB. They can be installed to enhance the capabilities of certain devices.

Another factor that prevents some apps from functioning is compatibility. If an app was launched to the US market but is not compatible with your European device, it won’t work on it, and will be listed as „incompatible” in the Play Store.