How to Install Android Studio

Android studio is the integrated development environment(IDE) for Google’s Android operating System.
This software is designed specifically for Android Development. It is available for Windows,macOs and Linux based operating systems. The following features are provided in the current stable version:
·         Gradle –based built support
·         Android –specific  refactoring and quick fixes
·         Lint tools to catch performance,usuability,version compatibility and other problems

                   Steps for Installation Android Studio Guide on windows:


1 .Downloaded an .exe file (recommended), double-click to launch it.
2. Downloaded a .zip file, unpack the ZIP , copy the android -studio folder in to your Program Files folder, and then open the android-studio>bin folder and launch studio64 .exe(64-bit machines) or studio . exe(32-bit machines)  .
3. Follow the setup wizard in Android Studio and install any sdk packages that it recommends.
To install Android Studio on your Mac, proceed as follows:
1.       Launch the Android Studio DMG file.
2.       Drag and drop Android Studio into the applications folder, then launch Android Studio.
3.       Select whether you want to import previous Android Studio Setting, then click Ok.
4.       The Android Studio Setup Wizard guides you through the rest of the setup, which includes downloading Android SDK components that are required  for development.

To install Android Studio on Linux ,proceed as follows:
1.Unpack the .zip file
2.To  launch Android Studio ,open a terminal,navigate to the android-studio/bin/  directory and execute studio.sh.
3. Select whether  you want to import previous Android Studio settings or not,then click OK.
4.The Android Studio Setup Wizard guides you through the rest of the setup, which includes downloading Android SDK components that are required for development.


To install Android Studio on your chrome OS:
1.First install Linux for chrome OS.
2.Open the Files  app and locate the DEB package you downloaded in the downloads folder under my files.
3.Right-click the DEB package and select Install with Linux
4. Select whether you want to import previous import setting,then click OK.