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Getting started with App Actions (Google I/O '18)

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09.02.2020



App Actions can help you increase discovery and reengagement for your Android apps by allowing you to signal their useful capabilities and content to users of the Google Assistant, the Android launcher, the Play Store and other surfaces. In this session, you’ll learn how you can get started with App Actions – from implementing actions.xml, to understanding core UX principles, registering for built-in intents, and providing inventory.

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