Which Tech Stack can be used to create an Android App

There are various tech stacks you can use to build an Android App. The choice depends on the requirements, skills and preferences.

Here are some popular options

  1. Native Android Development
    This approach uses Java or Kotlin programming languages, Android Studio, and the Android SDK to create high-performance, feature-rich, and user-friendly apps for Android devices. This is the recommended approach for building complex and feature-rich apps that require optimal performance and integration with the platform.
  2. Hybrid App Development
    This approach uses web technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create cross-platform apps that can run on multiple platforms, including Android. Popular hybrid app development frameworks include React Native, Ionic, and Xamarin.
  3. Progressive Web Apps (PWA)
    PWAs use web technologies to create app-like experiences that can run on any device with a web browser, including Android devices. PWAs offer benefits such as offline capabilities, push notifications, and access to device features like camera and microphone.

As you can see, the best tech stack for your Android app depends on the specific requirements of your project.

You should consider factors such as development time, performance, scalability, maintainability, and user experience when making your decision.

In the next article we dive more into “Native Android Development” tech stack.

Soundcloud App adds Radio Feature

The new Radio feature is not something new or innovative but does help Soundcloud App Users.

Soundcloud App users now have the option to click on the three-dot menu on any track and click “start track station” to create a Station. Previous stations can be found under collections in the app.

My Soundcloud Profile is https://soundcloud.com/ankur_sings