Google Updating Way to Distribute Custom Android Apps in Play Store
So now, also the private apps will be available via the Google Play for Work store. This way, users only need to visit one store to get all their apps, work apps as well as private ones.
New mobile management features will make it easier for enterprises to distribute internally-developed Android apps to users on the Google Play Store
Google is updating some features on its Google Play Store so enterprises can more easily use the app to distribute in-house and custom developed Android applications to their employees.
Google Play offers a so-called Private Channel feature that lets Google apps administrators host internal Android applications and control access to specific users or groups of users.
Organizations that set up a Private Channel on Google Play get additional benefits such as user authentication along with malware and virus detection.
The updates announced this week will become available Jan. 31 and are designed to make enterprise applications distributed through Play Store more easily discoverable and accessible to end users.
For instance, private apps will be relocated from the spot where…
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