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    • 18 Apr, 2014

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Android Around the World: ABC Mobile Announced in Australia

Sorry guys, it’s not that ABC.  We’ll have to continue to wait and see if we’ll ever get LOST on our Android handsets.  Today, we’re talking about The Australian Broadcasting Company and their new mobile application for the Android and iPhone platforms. Announced ...

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Market Maneuvering: Cross Your Niches

Some Android applications will be relevant only to Android users. Other applications may be relevant to other market niches, niches that should be part of your marketing efforts. Learn more in today's installment of Building 'Droids!

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Android Around the World: Orange France Getting G1 Tomorrow

The Android world tour continues with the next stop being France.  As of March 15th, customers of Orange France will have a handful of monthly plans to choose from to go with their Android device.  The rates range from €23 to €36, or around  $30 dollars to $45 US dollars. We’ve ...

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You Tell Us: How Would You Improve the Android Market?

The Android Market is nice, but it’s not perfect. There’s always room for improvement and everyone has their own opinion as to what would make things better. This brings up the question of the week: How would you improve the Android Market?

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Getting Noticed in The Android Market – Will Anyone Ever Dethrone the Current Kings?

It's going to get harder and harder for developers to stand out in the Android Market. What will it take to get apps ranked in the top echelon? Is it even feasible at this point or do today's top titles have too strong of a grip?

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Android Around the World: Paid Apps Have Arrived in UK

By the time many of you read this, G1 owners in the UK will have already started downloading their first paid apps from the Android Market.  This is great news for not only those Android owners living across the pond, but developers as well.  Now that people are able to make a profit off ...

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Market Maneuvering: Cataloging Successes and Failures

As the Android Market grows, your app's ability to be found in the Market decreases...unless you take steps to improve the "findability" of your listing. Learn more in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Google Helps Developers Catch Up, Releases ADP 1.1

There’s good news coming out of the Google camp this week for Android developers.  ADP 1.1 has been released for owners of the Dev Phone.  Designed to address bugs in the alarm clock, device sleep, POP3 email, and email notification, the biggest change is in regards to the paid app ...

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Flurry Arms Thousands of iPhone, Android Developers With New Services Aimed at Increasing Application Usage

Upgraded Free Mobile Analytics Service Offers User Path Analysis and User Generated Content Tracking SAN FRANCISCO, March 5, 2009 – Flurry, the leading cross-platform mobile application analytics provider, today announced the release of two ground-breaking extensions to its analytics service: ...

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Seeking Feedback – Help Improve AndroidGuys!

We’re pretty pleased with the progress we’ve made with AndroidGuys over the last 16 months.  We’re proud to say that we’re one of, if not the, most popular Android/OHA sites on the internet.  Never one to stand still, we’re looking to continue to grow our site ...

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Google Taiwan to Support Further Android Development

Google has opened a fresh work place in Taiwan to help further the development of Android powered devices.  The reason behind Google setting up its base in Taiwan might well be to stay in closer touch with fellow OHA hardware members HTC.  As you all know, HTC is behind the first ever Android ...

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AG Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-03-08

A look back at last week's tweets. Be sure to follow us if you haven't already!

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Reader Submission – Locale: A Future Platform for the 1st Generation of Smart Apps

Here’s a pretty good piece on Locale and what future implications of the app could hold.  Written by Roy van Keulen, it’s definitely a fan piece with a little bit of prophesizing. Locale: A Future Platform for the 1st Generation of Smart Apps Locale has always been one of those ...

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You Tell Us: What Do You Want to See Android on Next?

Android is slowly taking over the mobile world.  It has gone from one handset to a few more models already in the works. We’ve also seen ported devices, media players, and netbooks.  This week’s question: What do you want to see Android on next? Set top box?  Standalone media ...

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Resource Roundup: Android Communities, Old and New

Want to get help with Android development, but find the Android Google Groups a bit crowded? Try out some independent Android communities, old and new, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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