In an effort to make presentations easier and faster for Android users, Google has announced the availability of an API to allow developers to easily create and publish multimedia presentations that can be shared with other users of Android.
The feature will allow anyone with a smartphone, tablet, or desktop computer to easily and quickly create and manage presentations, as well as share them with other Android users.
Users of Google+ can now make and publish any type of presentation from a video to an audio file.
The API allows developers to create custom, customizable presentations, which can then be easily shared with the wider Google+ community, and it is the first such API Google has created for Android.
Users can also now embed media in their presentations to help them build the final product, with a single click.
This will allow them to easily share presentations and videos on social networks, such as YouTube and Facebook, without needing to write custom code.
Google said that its new API will be available in the Google+ Community app on the Google Play Store for Android, as an experimental feature.
Developers will be able to experiment with this API as well, but will be limited to two uses per year, with more to come as Google continues to refine the functionality.
Users who use the Google Cloud Platform, Google’s cloud service for distributing and distributing Android applications, can access the new API as soon as they install the Google Apps for Android SDK, or the Google App Engine SDK.
Google has previously announced a number of other APIs for Android including a new API for video and audio, which will allow developers access to the Google Video API.
Google is also launching a new SDK for Android called Google Apps, which provides a way for developers to develop Android applications for Android devices.