The Android Developers website has always played host to a great wealth of knowledge on developing apps for Android. It’s where you go to download the SDK, find announcements on development and publish apps, among other things. Starting today, the Android Developers website will also become a training ground for developers in the making.
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Today HTC launched a new version of their developer portal, HTCDev.com (previously developer.htc.com). Along with a slick new look, HTC has also added some new resources and tools for Android (and Windows Phone, to a far lesser degree) Developers.
Inside, you will find the HTC OpenSense SDK with information about the various innovative ... Read More »
Google’s latest report has just shown up. Though the surprises are not major, we are seeing some improvements. Android 2.2 is still taking the lead, but that’s something that might not last long. It seems the latest Android versions (Gingerbread and Honeycomb) are starting to gain more momentum, while the other versions are slowly starting ... Read More »
Google showed off a new version of the Android Development Tools at I/O, but the company wasn’t ready to release it just yet. Well, they are now. Google just announced on its Android blog that the new ADT is all set to be enjoyed by developers.
If you think some of Android’s third-party ... Read More »
Are you a budding application developer looking for some ideas to get started? A seasoned veteran looking to unleash some awesome new application onto the world? Evernote has a new developer challenge for you, complete with a total of $100,000 in prizes, including $50,000 of cold hard cash for the grand prize winner.
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We’ve known this was coming for some time, but the light finally turned green for in-app billing in the Android Market.
In-app billing has been a very successful model on iOS and is likely to entice some new blood to branch out to Android. Most commonly developers using this functionality make their apps available for ... Read More »
In February 2009 Arron La launched an app in the Market called Advanced Task Manager (ATM), which at the time was only available for root users and made La on average $500 a month during its first four months. Near the end of that fourth month La was able to make the app available to ... Read More »
Some sad news today from the Android Developers Blog: the Nexus One is out of stock. We’ve known for some time that the supply for the general public had run dry, but the blow was alleviated by the fact that the phone would continue to be available to developers.
Well, that was the plan, ... Read More »
Android team announces virtual office hours to answer questions.
Space is limited. Register today if you plan to attend.