Understanding Android App performance

Start-up time:

  • Cold start can be defined as the time taken for the app to start from scratch and does not reside in memory. This is even before the initial process is created.
  • Warm start is when the user exits the app and re-launches it. In this case, the app does not reside in memory.
  • Cold start takes 5 seconds or longer.
  • Warm start takes 2 seconds or longer.

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