Android isn't all about fun and games. Sometimes you have to use that phone or tablet (but probably phone) for work. Before that, someone has to develop apps for use in a corporate environment. Google launched Android for Work earlier this year, and it's up to other folks to make the apps.
Well, Google has recently released an app to make that whole ordeal go by more smoothly. It's known simply as Test DPC.
We've launched a new tool to help test your apps with Android for Work https://t.co/j3NqmsZvi1
— Android Developers (@AndroidDev) November 11, 2015
The app, intended for developmental purposes only and never to be mixed with real data, is a sample device policy controller. It fools your testing device into thinking that you're using it in a corporate context. This lets developers see how their app will behave under work profiles and company restrictions.
It's free to download, and the source code is available on GitHub.