Andromo App Maker for Android v4.0.6 Released

Andromo App Maker for Android version v4.0.6 has been released.

Here is the list of changes in this version:

  • Added “Samsung Apps” to the list of app stores that can be targeted.
    Like the Google Play and Amazon Appstore targets share links and Google
    Play links will be converted into Samsung Apps store links:
    “samsungapps://ProductDetail/com.andromo.your.package”. Note: The
    Samsung Apps store only allows deep linking using package names, the
    “Showing all of your Apps” and “Using a General Search Query” Google
    Play Activity options are not supported when targeting Samsung apps.
  • Increased the maximum size for images to 2048 x 2048 and 5MB in the
    Photo Gallery Activity, and for background images on the Dashboard,
    Audio Activity, Podcast Activity, and Shoutcast Radio Activity.
  • Added translations for the “See All” text in the share button’s dropdown.
  • Added the Samsung SDK library “sdk-v1.0.0.jar” to Andromo apps based on the Samsung Apps Policy changes.
  • Updated the AdMob SDK to version 4.4.52-000
  • Updated the Millennial Media SDK to version 5.2.0

Andromo App Maker for Android v4.0.6 is now live at


  • Fantastic updates, thanks @mark.

    Is the latest Samsung SDK library mandatory for already published apps? Do we need to update them?

    And I guess the latest AdMob SDK is just a "maintenance" update?

  • Hi ,
    I was in 4.0.5. When i updated from 4.0.3 to 4.0.5 the size took few ko..
    But with this update my app took 300ko! And i did not add anything..
    I have Just checked my previous download:

    2,49 mo – - > 2,79 mo.
    And i have Just html and website activites (total html size + icons <1mo).

    Why it is so heavy ? I don't have any ads..

  • @hendrixs You do not need to update existing apps in Samsung, only apps that you upload after July 1st. The AdMob update was just to keep up with the latest Google Play Services release.

    @baraw It could be the Google Play Service update, which is always linked in with your project regardless or whether or not you use AdMob. I'll take a look and see if there is anything I can find.
  • Nice, thanks.
  • @hendrixs and by that I mean only new apps that you upload after July 1st.
  • @mark: Sure, thanks. I'm really happy to see that Samsung is fully supported. We should also see a nice boost on Amazon Appstore now that Amazon decided to release it's own mobile phone.
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