Google Releases Android Studio 3.3 Stable Version

Android Studio latest version 3.3 has been released in a stable version focusing on reducing the number of crashes, hangs, memory leaks, and user-impacting bugs.

Google has announced the stable release of Android Studio 3.3,  focused on refinement and quality.
 
According to the official blog, this release addresses more than 200 user-reported bugs. It also includes official support for Navigation Editor, improved incremental Java compilation when using annotation processors, and C++ code lint inspections.
 
The upgrade also includes an updated new project wizard and usability fixes for each of the performance profilers. Moreover, saving snapshots on exit for the Android emulator is now 8 times faster than before.
 
Android Studio 3.3 is also bringing a new User Feedback feature. When you are using IDE and wherever you are in the IDE, you can quickly share your experience. Google will receive your feedback, along with what you were doing, and use that to improve the program. This is part of Google’s new Project Marble- introduced with the 3.3 beta release back in November. Project Marble is about specifically focusing on reducing the number of crashes, hangs, memory leaks, and user-impacting bugs.
 
Source: Google
 
New improvements & features included in Android Studio 3.3 are -
 
Develop
  • Navigation Editor
  • IntelliJ 2018.2.2 Platform Update
  • Kotlin 1.3.11 Update
  • Clang-Tidy Support for C++
  • New Project Wizard update
  • Delete Unused IDE Directories
  • IDE User Feedback
Build
  • Improved incremental Java compilation when using annotation processors
  • Lazy task configuration:
  • Single-variant project sync
  • Android App Bundles now supports Instant Apps
Test
  • Multiple Emulator AVD instance Launch
  • Android 9 Pie - Emulator System Images
  • Emulator Snapshot Save Speed Improvement
Optimize
  • Profiler Performance Improvements
  • Memory Profiler: Allocation Tracking Options
  • Network Profiler: Formatted Text
  • CPU Profiler: Frame Rendering Data
You can visit the official announcement here.