Sunday, March 29, 2020

Android Studio V3.6.1 Latest Version For Windows


Create complex layouts with ConstraintLayout by adding constraints from each view to other views and guidelines with the help of Android Studio. Then preview your layout on any screen size by selecting one of the various device configurations or by simply resizing the preview window, all about Android Studio. Find opportunities to reduce your Android app size by inspecting the contents of your app APK file, even if it wasn't built with Android Studio. Inspect the manifest file, resources, and DEX files. Compare two APKs to see how your app size changed between app versions. Install and run your apps faster than with a physical device and simulate different configurations and features, including ARCore with the help of Android Studio, Google's platform for building augmented reality experiences. Write the help of Android Studio a better code, work faster and be more productive with an intelligent code editor that provides code completion for Kotlin, Java, and C/C++ languages. Android Studio's build system allows you to customize your build to generate multiple build variants for different devices from a single project. The built-in profiling tools given in Android Studio helps to provide real-time statistics for your app's CPU, memory, and network activity. Identify performance bottlenecks by recording method traces, inspecting the heap and allocations, and see incoming and outgoing network payloads. So why are you waiting to click the download button and download Android Studio?

System Requirements

  • 4 GB RAM minimum, 8 GB RAM recommended.
  • 2 GB of available disk space minimum, 4 GB Recommended (500 MB for IDE + 1.5 GB for Android SDK and emulator system image).
  • 1280 x 800 minimum screen resolution.
  • Microsoft Windows 7/8/10 (32- or 64-bit). The Android Emulator supports 64-bit Windows only.


  • A count of objects allocated via malloc() or the new operator during the selected time period.
  • The aggregated size in bytes of all freed memory during the selected time period.
  • A count of objects deallocated via free() or the delete operator during the selected time period.
  • The aggregated size in bytes of all allocations during the selected time period.
  • The value in the Allocations column minus the value in the Deallocations column.
  • The value in the Allocations Size column minus the value in the Deallocations Size column.
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