Angular 2.1 is now a “must-install” for Android apps

The latest version of the open-source framework for building modern web applications has landed in the Google Play Store, marking a milestone in the company’s quest to improve the performance of its platform.

Angular 2.0, which Google announced in January, is a major upgrade of the core Angular framework that was introduced in Angular 1.x, and includes new features including asynchronous programming and an asynchronous web server.

It has also enabled Angular 2 apps to run on Android devices and in the cloud, enabling apps to access Google Maps and other Google services directly from the browser.

Google announced on Monday that Angular 2 will soon be “the default” for web applications, replacing Angular 1, which launched in 2017.

Users can install Angular 2 on Android phones and tablets through the Google App Engine platform, or through the web portal.

Google said the move to “default” is to allow developers to focus on building apps for the platform.

Users of the Angular 2 platform will also be able to build new apps using Angular 2 features that were not included in Angular1.x.

Google also announced that its Angular 2 team has been working on a new version of its Angular 1 platform, which it is calling “Angular 1.2.”

This version is the first to include the new asynchronous JavaScript programming model, and will be the only version of Angular 2 to ship to users, Google said.

Users will be able create their own custom apps, which are also being built using Angular 1 features.

Google said the new version will be available for developers to test and deploy at the end of the year.