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I am sure you might know how mobile apps have become an important part of our lives. And as a business owner, you might want to build an app for your business to increase engagements and sales. For that you need to decide three prime things:

  • Which platform has the majority of your users? 
  • Which features do you want in your app? 
  • Which language can provide you with all the features?

Talking about the platform, if you are choosing Android, which has 133.4 million users worldwide, then there are many language options to opt from. And as a developer, you might be seeking new and effective language options to learn or provide to your customers. For this too, Android is a great choice to start with, and it also has many languages to explore. Here we shall discuss some of the languages useful for developing Android applications to know what you can get from each language


As said before, Kotlin is an official language for Android app development. This is a cross-platform programming language that can be useful as an alternative to Java for developing Android apps. In 2017, it was even introduced as a secondary ‘official’ Java language. So, Kotlin can interoperate with Java language, and it can also run on the Java Virtual Machine.

The difference is that Kotlin is much simpler for beginners as compared to Java. Developers can use this language as an “entry point” for learning Android app development. And as a business owner, you can hire dedicated Kotlin developer to build your Android app that gives a user-friendly interface to the users.

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Original Source: 6 Language Options for Android App Development



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