Google released Android Studio 3.2 today with a bunch of useful new features for developers on, including a new app publishing format, an energy profiler, and an improved emulator. As is the case almost every year, the company had announced the update at its IO developer conference in May. Here are some of the best features worth looking out for: Material design update and slices support: The update provides access to updated Material Design widgets such as BottomNavBar, cards, and buttons, along with the support for the MaterialComponents theme and library. Additionally, it provides support for App Slices – an interactive…

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