Ever since Google+ was first released, developers have been waiting for their chance to use the service in new and exciting ways. Back in August, a small sampling of devs were granted access to the code necessary for testing third-party Google+ applications. As announced today, all eager developers will finally get their shot at testing ... Read More »
On Wednesday, Google announced via their blog how Google App Engine (GAE) pricing will change as it moves out of ”preview” mode. I won’t bore you with the details of these changes. The important takeaway is that many GAE users will see substantial increases in operating costs. Since we are an Android blog and not ... Read More »
There’s a storm a-brewin’ in the Android Developer scene. At the heart of the storm is a claim that Google isn’t paying Android Developers the full amount due to them.
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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 »
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A couple of days ago I received a shipment that just may qualify as the coolest thing to show up at my doorstep since I started running this site. The only downside to my awesome delivery is that I’m ... Read More »
Google just informed Android developers that they will be adding paid apps support for additional countries in the coming weeks. No details were provided on exactly which countries will be added, but it is still a good sign that Google is finally addressing one of the bigger complaints about the Market.
Currently 14 countries support ... Read More »
When the Samsung Galaxy Tab was first introduced, I was worried how normal apps would work with the tablet’s 1024×600 SWVGA resolution. Google has a very strict set of rules for which devices get certified to use the official Android Market and the max resolution that was previously supported was only 854×480.
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Google I/O 2010 sold out early so there were many Android developers who were unable to attend. Thankfully Google taped the entire event and most of it is being published online this week. There were 10 in-depth sessions covering a wide array of Android topics and I recommend checking them out if you ... Read More »
Only half of Android devs plan to develop for iPhone.
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