Tag "android developer"
There are plenty of ways out there that someone can learn how to start coding and developing their own applications. We here at AndroidGuys have shown off quite a few
As if you might have expected anything else, Google I/O 2013 has sold out in a matter of minutes. How many minutes this time? Well, so far our unofficial report
TigaByte has just announced the launch of a new software tool, called HyperNext Android Creator (HAC). Essentially, it will enable developers to build apps for the Android Market without the need for learning Java or dealing with the complicated Android SDK. HAC brings the ability to create apps screen-by-screen, much like Google’s App Inventor. It’s mostly aimed at beginner developers.
Is it just me, or does it feel like that perhaps the industry is finally taking notice that Android is here to stay? The latest indication that this is so
There’s been a pretty big stink this week about how Google’s new anti-piracy system isn’t all that great and is, in fact, easy to circumvent. We haven’t posted the steps in how to bypass the licensing tool here on AndroidGuys as we don’t see any real value in it. Piracy just isn’t cool.
The device dashboard over at the official Android Developers site has been updated after months of inactivity. With the Motorola Droid recently getting bumped up to Android 2.1 over the
Remember back a few weeks, when HTC issued a C&D to LevelUpStudio to remove Beautiful Widgets, because it was too similar to their Sense UI widgets? Well, now HTC is
A recent job posting listed on Logitech’s website indicates a need for a “super-star engineer” to help develop a breakthrough product which combines “an Android UI with web based content
Motorola’s commitment to Android is becoming clearer by the week.Â It seems like every time we turn around, they are up to something else involving green robots.Â What we like
With the recent launch of iTunes App Store and the buzz about Android Developer Challenge,Ben Lorica at O’Reilly Radar did an interesting study based on statistics of thousand of mailing