10/16/2013 7:54:30 AM
Game Developers Now Get More from Google Play Games
Android, Google Play Games, Cloud Save
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Game Developers Now Get More from Google Play Games

Stuart Parkerson Stuart Parkerson in Android Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Games are where the money’s at and Android is the 800 lb gaming gorilla in the room! 

Developers now have a couple of new features in Google Play Games to help understand player’s usage of games and provide more access to game date in Google cloud.

The Google Play Developer Console now has stats about game player activity in the console. Also, game service alerts will show up in the console to identify any problems and help provide solutions. Google has also increased the available Cloud Save storage from 512KB of data per user, per game up to 1MB per user.

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