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Google has recently launched Cloud Console application for Android. This new app will help the Android developers to manage their projects hosted on the company’s Cloud Platform from their mobile devices. Its size is 5.2M and requires Android 4.4 and above.

The Google Cloud Platform is a group of cloud-based products and services that enables developers to create a multitude of things from websites, to applications, to other solutions. These services allow Android Developers to work on their projects without having to worry about managing the application, database, and storage.

Currently in beta, Cloud Console lets you look up the status of your apps, set up and receive incident alerts, manage your Cloud Platform resources and get performance stats from Google’s Cloud Monitoring service.

The Cloud Console enables you to manage your solution running on the Google Cloud Platform directly from your Android phone device or tablet:

You can view details and graphs for App Engine and Compute Engine instances and invoke operations like starting or stopping an instance, right from the app.

App Engine and Compute Engine instances

You can customize your dashboard to view all the information you need including monitoring graphs and billing estimates.

Quickly view app status

The app also lets you track incidents via Cloud Monitoring, and add comments to issues so your team knows how the situation is being handled.

track incidents via Cloud Monitoring

Google says it will continue to add features to Cloud Console over coming months, and launch an iOS version later this year.

Google Cloud Platform enables developers to build, test and deploy applications on Google’s highly-scalable and reliable infrastructure.

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