Published on May 17, 2017 by Android Developers

At Google I/O 2017, we’re announcing the first preview of Android Studio 3.0, available to download in the Canary channel. This update brings a ton of new features and improvements, including Kotlin support, Android O APIs, Java 8 language features, external APK debugging, Instant Apps modules and refactoring, unified profilers and more. Also learn about the new Emulator release, which includes Play Store, OpenGL ES 3.0 compatibility, proxy settings and a new bug reporting page.

Please refer to the announcement blogpost at goo.gl/ga5oVr for more details, as well as links to more detailed documentation pages. If you find any bugs in this release, you can use the new issue tracker to let us know. You can find instructions here: developer.android.com/studio/report-bugs.html

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97 Comments on "Android Studio 3.0 Canary 1"

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TormundsMember
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TormundsMember
5 days 6 hours ago

Is the fonts stuff for Android O only? Will it be backwards-compatible? Maybe via support-library?

Er. Shiva K. Shrestha
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Er. Shiva K. Shrestha
5 days 8 hours ago

Thank You for new release what we actually needed !

Pankaj Wasnik
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Pankaj Wasnik
5 days 11 hours ago

useless..crap ..xcode is far better than this. further seems like google is copying even swift syntax in so called kotlin

Himanshu Raj
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Himanshu Raj
5 days 22 hours ago

Sir there is any video of how we can import a ndk which supports the actionbarsherlock activity

Qiqete Gamedev
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Qiqete Gamedev
5 days 22 hours ago

Kotlin… really?

TLCM
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TLCM
6 days 4 hours ago

Holy smokes Google, you were really getting some work done on them tools. Congratulations, and now hands to work, to master these amazing tools. I'm glad I always came back to Android development.

Feri Yulianto
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Feri Yulianto
6 days 9 hours ago

More easly way programming to Android. Thanks.

Mateus Gondim
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Mateus Gondim
6 days 13 hours ago

What are the current devices supporting instant apps?

Brandon
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Brandon
6 days 18 hours ago

I am impressed!

Berk Can
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Berk Can
7 days 1 hour ago

please don't make a JVM based language take place of Java, if you change then get rid of JVM, get speed

Grobee
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Grobee
5 days 19 hours ago

Google should have payed the copyright fee to Sun that they demanded for the JVM, but they did not to that because they were too greedy so they wrote their own "JVM" implementation that is slow and much shittier so I agree, they should. "Google's JVM" (which is ART) can't even handle enums correctly, I mean for God's sake

Berk Can
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Berk Can
5 days 19 hours ago

xD I don't know that stuff well but I am sure that swift is not running a VM that slow ??? they should go under a big development there

Grobee
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Grobee
6 days 3 hours ago

How could they get rid of the JVM? Dude 😀 Only C++ is faster than the JVM, so what would that magic language be? 😀 Don't make me laugh please. (ps. you do know that Android runs their own version of a virtual machine called ART, which is a shittier version of the JVM)

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