Written by: David Swan | Published in: MobilityGoogle today announced an expansion of its app store Google Play to allow private app channels for Google Apps customers.
We’re all aware that that the Google Play Store is the place we go to peruse the thousands of apps to do everything from entertaining us to making our lives easier. If you happen to use Google Apps for your business however, today the Play Store was updated to distribute internal apps to your employees via the Google Play Private Channel.
I have been wondering if there is a way to store the encryption key your app needs to call your webservices inside Google Play. Maybe via the new Google Tag Manager now part of the Google Play Services or via some ways of customizing Google Play Licensing to pass some arbitrary string you define.