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Device Compatibility

Android is designed to run on phones, tablets, wearables, televisions, and more. This range of devices provides a huge potential audience for your app. To be successful on all these devices, your app should gracefully degrade features when not supported by a device and provide a flexible interface that adapts to different screen configurations.

To get started, read the Device Compatibility Overview.



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