Mobile apps have worked their way into many different corners of everyday life, and the business world is no exception. So it was only a matter of time before companies began building their own mobile apps for internal use.
Now, Google has announced a new feature that will give businesses the option to create private Google Play channels to distribute Android apps for internal use to employees.
To take advantage of this option, you simply sign up as an administrator with Google Apps for Business in order to gain access to the Google Play developer console. Then you can create a private channel to upload, host and distribute apps to employees.
Of course this does still require the know how to actually build a mobile app, but this new feature makes it possible for developers to make their apps only available to a specific group of Android users, rather than…
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