Google has updated its Android Developer Console for app publishers to the new version, which is now available to everyone. But that’s not all, it still has some gripes with auto-translate and seems a bit hurried.
The auto-translate feature on user comments and reviews, sometimes just doesn’t work. At one time you would have all of the comments written in their respective languages and at other times, or even for a different app they will be auto-translated. This random behavior is visible across various browsers and operating systems, so we can rule these out. It seems that yet again Google has launched something half-baked much like Youtube’s re-design.
Although, the new version makes it much easier for Android app developers to publish, manage, and track the statistics of their apps. The new console has better search features, alongwith a stack of new graphs that help analyze the performance of your apps including “data by device, country, language, carrier, Android version, and app version.” It seems that quality-control is what’s missing at Google these days, or probably just the hurry to launch new products and kill existing ones(aka Google Reader).