Google Play Developer Console App Updated With Review Notifications, Staged Rollout Controls

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The official Google Play Developer Console application has been updated this week, bringing new features for app developers to take advantage of. Inside this update, users can begin to receive updates for new reviews posted onto their apps, as well as search through these reviews based on stars, versions used, and more. 

Furthermore, developers can review and apply store listing experiment results, plus control your staged rollout percentages. For example, if you begin a staged rollout, and everything goes smoothly, you can up the percentage of users the new version of the app can reach. If things are beginning to go south, you can instantly halt a bad rollout. Pretty convenient, if I do say so myself.

If you dev super hard, go grab the app update from Google Play and keep up the dev’ing! We, as app users, appreciate your work.

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