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Things are looking pretty good for Android developers considering Amazon’s Appstore for distribution. App downloads are up 500 percent year over year and momentum just keeps building. A new press
Google today announced an update to the Google Maps API which gives developers a better, more comprehensive set of tools to integrate maps into Android apps. It will be easier
AppBrain is kicking off yet another developer tool for Android coders looking to gain some app exposure. It’s called Apptimizer and, as the name suggests, it helps developers optimize their
Are you an Android developer looking to get a leg up on your fellow game or app designer? Consider Google’s recent post on the developer blog which aims to give
Can you believe that it has been four years since the first software development kit (SDK) was released for Android? Wowzers. Yes, our favorite mobile platform was released into the
Android developers living north of the border are encouraged to sign up for AndroidTO 2012. Heck, all Android developers looking for a bit of help with coding and practices would
The latest Android developer platform figures are online and show a steadily growing Android 4.0 and 4.1 experience. As of the 14 day period ending September 4, Ice Cream Sandwich
Google more definitively spells out what is and isn’t allowed within Android apps in Google Play.
Qualcomm today announced its Snapdragon software development kit (SDK), designed to help Android developers leverage technologies found at the system-on-a-chip level. For example, developers can take advantage of features such
A new Android track, Droid World, has been added for this year’s event.
Appbrain today introduced a handful of new features for their site which aims to help Android developers. Available immediately, Appbrain provides access and insight into the market share of various
Developers and consumers alike will have new billing and payment options for apps.
With a little over one month until the conference, Google lists 20 Android sessions on the calendar.
If you plan to go to Google IO 2012 then you will want to get up nice and early!