Lightning Fast Updates for Android Apps from the Cloud

July 3, 2012

AutoUpdateAPK announced today the general availability of its services. Even during the beta-testing, it has already served several hundreds of Android Application Updates daily.

Fukuoka, JP (PRWEB) July 03, 2012

AutoUpdateAPK, an international startup, announced today the end of beta-testing and the general availability of its service. AutoUpdateAPK is the service that can be easily included into any Android application, allowing application developers reduce deployment time for the software updates and save considerably on operations cost.

There are plenty of information screens, kiosks or data collection devices running Android applications unattended or with minimal human interaction. The only way to update their software is by visiting every installation, which is logistics nightmare and prone to error. Google Market does not help here because most companies do not allow their internal software for free public access.

AutoUpdateAPK not only allows for quick updates, but also can schedule the software updates for specific time of day/night when the device is less likely to be used and may even perform software updates totally unattended.

The service is cloud based with world-wide distributed storage and the ability to scale well under the load. Update schedule and update routines are optimized for minimal network traffic, while retaining the ability to distribute updates in a timely manner. Android client for AutoUpdateAPK is released as open source, and the service is free for personal use within the reasonable limits. User manual and pricing details are available at http://www.auto-update-apk.com

About AutoUpdateAPK

AutoUpdateAPK is a service with an open-source client for Android Application developers, which solves the problem of automatically updating end-user devices with the new software versions without relying on Google Market.

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