The application Context provides access to a number of other top-level application features. Here are a few more things you can do with the application Context:
■ Launch Activity instances
■ Retrieve assets packaged with the application
■ Request a system service (for example, location service)
■ Manage private application files, directories, and databases
■ Inspect and enforce application permissions
The first item on this list—launching Activity instances—is perhaps the most common reason you use the application Context.
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