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Game-changing Google experiment could deliver Android apps that run at 120 frames per second

Right now the standard maximum frame rate for Android apps is 60 frames per second, although most apps don’t run at 60FPS on a consistent basis. However, Google is working on what could be a game-changing experiment that could double Android apps’ frame rates and make them run smoother than ever before, as Ars Technica reports. FROM EARLIER: Rumored iPad Pro will feature a Bluetooth stylus and other interesting features The central piece of this initiative is Dart, an in-house web development language that Google is now trying to bring over to Android. This would effectively free Android developers from having to code in Java and would give them a completely clean slate to work with. While we can’t imagine developers jumping with

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