[android-developers] Digest for android-developers@googlegroups.com - 3 updates in 3 topics

Nathan <nathan.d.mellor@gmail.com>: Jan 31 08:49PM -0800

On Friday, January 30, 2015 at 8:29:17 PM UTC-8, Russell Cecala wrote:
> If there is a finite number of apps I could publish I would have to figure
> out how to pick the ones that would sell best and not publish the less
> popular ones :)
Excellent strategy. If you can do that, why not take it a step further and
not develop the less popular apps in the first place?
Most of us human developers without infinite time and resources have to do
that anyway.
But I will echo comments from TreKing about what difference does it make?
I do believe that developer accounts can handle three digits of apps. But
if you were to find out that they are infinite, why would you alter your
Somehow you can afford to produce thousands of apps, create screenshots,
descriptions, titles, graphics, tech support, marketing, and updates at
zero cost, yet somehow if it came to it, plunking down $25 for another
developer account is a huge burden? Something doesn't add up.
I suppose you probably have access to some app generator and you've read an
info product that has told you the way to make big bucks on apps is to make
a gazillion of them. I don't mean to discourage you, just be sure and
report back on how that goes for you. I suspect your account will be
disabled sooner for the "repetitive content" clause below than it will be
for having too many apps.
*Spam and Placement in the Store*
Developers are important partners in maintaining a great user experience on
Google Play.

- Do not post repetitive content.
- Do not use irrelevant, misleading, or excessive keywords in apps
descriptions, titles, or metadata.
- Developers must not attempt to change the placement of any Product in
the Store, or manipulate any product ratings or reviews by unauthorized
means such as fraudulent installs, paid or fake reviews or ratings, or by
offering incentives to rate products.
- Apps that are created by an automated tool or wizard service must not
be submitted to Google Play by the operator of that service on behalf of
other persons.
- Do not post an app where the primary functionality is to:
- Drive affiliate traffic to a website or
- Provide a webview of a website not owned or administered by you
(unless you have permission from the website owner/administrator to do so)
- Do not send SMS, email, or other messages on behalf of the user
without providing the user with the ability to confirm content and intended
Russell Cecala <red.cricket.blog@gmail.com>: Jan 31 07:50PM -0800

I know we can download sales and earning reports from the developer console
from the financial reports page, but how can I download things like google
play link to each of my apps and their store listing information?
joe131 <joes0451@gmail.com>: Jan 31 12:42PM -0800

Hi All,
I noticed that in the 'android' commands 'android create project' and
'android create lib-project' there is a parameter for --gradle (Use Gradle
I can't find out anything on this.
Could someone reply with a link to an article, or something with more
information about it?
I already know about the --gradle-version (Gradle Android plugin version)
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