Android Studio is the official integrated development environment (IDE) for Google’s Android operating system. It is available for download on Linux, Windows and macOS based operating systems.
Android Studio 3.2 Beta now available
Some of those improvements have now landed in the beta branch, with the release of Android Studio 3.2 Beta.
Android App Bundle support
The main new feature in Android Studio 3.2 is the ability to generate App Bundles.
App Bundles are a new way to distribute applications on the Play Store.
In the latest Android Studio, you can build a bundle by going to Build –> Build Bundle(s)/APK(s) –> Build Bundle(s).
Energy Profiler helps you estimate how much of an impact your application causes to the device’s health. Energy Profiler requires the device or an emulator running Android 8.0 or later.
Android Studio 3.2 now has the ability to save emulator snapshots.
Emulator Snapshots allow developers to quickly save the current state of an emulated Android device and go back to it later.
You can download the beta version of the Android Studio 3.2 here
Download stable version of the Android Studio here