Developer tools for Android devices are a big market in the U.S. and one of the largest platforms for developers.
One popular tool is the GluteHam Developer Tools app for Android, which is a mobile development tool that has been available since 2014 and is now worth more than $1 million.
The app provides a way to easily share code with developers, as well as access and review developer feedback and bug reports, and a tool that can also create a custom email for a developer to contact them about any issue.
In addition, developers can set up a virtual office in the app and use it as a testing area.
The Glute ham Developer Tools has been one of Google’s top trending apps for a while now, and has also been featured on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store, among other places.
The new App Store listing comes just weeks after Google revealed it would be launching the first official developer tools app in the Google Cloud Platform for Android on Monday.
Google also released the first beta of the Google Android SDK 4.2 developer tools for developers on Monday, adding support for the latest versions of the Chrome browser, Google Docs, Google Play Music, Google Drive, and Google Translate.
Developers are also using the Google Developer Tools to develop new Android apps, but it’s not clear whether the new version of the app will be released to the public in the near future.
Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment.