With just a few clicks, you can be on your way to a beta in the near future.
Developers are starting to get the Google Play games API and SDK working in a beta.
The Google Play API lets developers create, update, and update apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone, and it’s expected that all these apps will get updates in the coming months.
But for now, we’re still waiting for the final version of the Android app.
That’s because Google’s been working on the APIs for months, and the company has yet to officially announce the final Android apps.
But the final Google Play APIs are likely to include features for developers to integrate in their apps to make it easier for users to find games.
Google says the API will be open to third-party developers for the next few months.
As part of the beta, developers will have to get their apps approved by Google.
In the beta’s developer settings, you’ll see that the developer is now allowed to create an app, but there’s no indication that it’s a good idea to make that app.
There are a couple of things that you should keep in mind, though:There’s no sign yet that the Google app will be ready in time for the Google Summer of Code.
Google’s Android apps aren’t released until the first week of June.
Developers need to get it approved before the app can be made public, but it’s not a problem that Google is yet ready to release.
In fact, Google is expected to make an official announcement at GoogleI/O on June 14th.
We’ll update this story as we learn more.