A new device manager that lets users create and delete apps from the Android app store can help Android developers improve app performance, as well as help people find and fix bugs.
The new tool lets users search the Android Market for apps that can be installed on the Google Pixel phones, Pixel 2 devices and Pixel XL phones, and then install them by searching for the word “Install” in the device manager search results.
The tool is only available in the Google Play store and is currently available only in English, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian and Chinese.
Users in other languages will need to look up the name of the app in the app store to search it.
For the Google device manager app, users need to have the Google Developer Tools (GDR) app installed on their device, and have installed Android SDK Tools.
They will need the Google app for Android to install the Google display manager app.
Once installed, the app opens in the Android device manager.
The device manager allows users to quickly search the app stores, install apps, remove apps and more.
The device manager has been available on the Pixel 2, Pixel XL and Pixel 2 XL devices for a few months, but the Google developers were only able to release it for the Pixel phones in the first half of this year.