In this tutorial, we are going to see, how to install the Android Studio on macOS.
This tutorial was originally published on https://medium.com/codex
Android is the most used Mobile Operating System in the world. Leading mobile manufacturing companies using the Android OS only. We have millions of applications in the Google Play Store. Learning Android application development will help you to create your Android application easily. Most people preferring the mobile application instead of the web application. So clients are also showing more interest to develop a mobile application for their services/products.
Download Android Studio:
Download the Android Studio using the below link.
Download the current Android Studio version. It is a dmg file.
Install Android Studio:
Once downloaded Android Studio, then double click the Android Studio dmg file to start the installation. Once you double-click, you will see a screen like the below image
Just drag and drop the Android Studio to the Application Folder. It will copy the file and begin the installation.
Then a security pop-up will be shown. Click the open to continue the installation.
Then choose the do not import settings option.
Then it will take some time to load the configuration page. Click Next in the setup wizard.
Choose Standard and Click Next button.
Choose your theme. I chose the light theme and click the Next button.
Click the Finish button to complete the installation. It will take some time to depend upon your internet speed. Why because it will download some needed files from the internet during the final stage of installation.
Android Studio Opening Screen:
In this tutorial, you learned how to install the Android Studio on macOS.
Hope this article will be helpful to start your journey in Android application development.
Thank you for reading.
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