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Tired of waiting for your Android builds to finish?
Well, the wait is over…

Increased efficiency

JRebel for Android picks up changes to your application and skips building a new APK for each change. Code and resource changes are transferred in incremental packages. You will see the effect immediately. Saving you time and effort every day!

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Maintains application state

Losing application state is one of the biggest time sinks when testing code changes. JRebel for Android recreates the top-most activity. This gets rid of the pain of having to re-navigate through the application to reproduce the desired state.

Instant feedback

A rapid iteration of changes allows developers and designers quickly understand what works and what does not. Perfect your pixels with ease!

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Zero configuration

No project source code modification required. JRebel for Android works out-of-the box with Android Studio, Gradle and IntelliJ IDEA — as well as emulators and devices. Simply install and start using. There is no learning curve, it just works.

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How does it differ from Instant Run?

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New in 2.0

Incremental Java compiler

JRebel for Android comes with a unique incremental Java Compiler. This supports popular annotation processor libraries (Dagger2, Butterknife etc.). Compilation times are now significantly faster.
In fact, times are sped up by up to 800%

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Hot swap more, restart less

With JRebel for Android’s extensive support of more than 12 different types of code and resource changes. You will wait less and get more done.

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Broader Android version support

Android versions from 4.0.3 are supported. You can take advantage of JRebel for Android when working with older Android versions.

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Expanded language choices

JRebel for Android supports Kotlin, Scala and Groovy. And of course Java.