With Google I/O 2012 getting underway in just a few days time, we thought we’d take a look at the various companies expected to demonstrate apps and services in the Developer Sandbox.  Rather than giving you a full rundown of all companies across every platform or project, we’ll focus on the Android aspect.


Typically Google I/O is a great way to gauge which companies have big Android news or updates coming in the short term.  On the other hand, it’s here where we also get our first tastes from companies or services who have yet to dip their toes in the Android waters.  Pinterest, anyone?

Whereas last year focused heavily on Honeycomb and tablets, this year looks to be more general in nature.  We plan to stop by and talk with everyone in attendance and look forward to learning of the next big Android push.

Do you see anyone interesting here?

  • AndEngine
  • Application Resource Optimizer (ARO)
  • ARM
  • cloud.tv
  • Code Factory S.L.
  • Crittercism
  • Ekata Systems, Inc.
  • Electronic Arts
  • Epic Games
  • Expedia.com
  • Funf: Open Mobile Sensing
  • GREE/Funzio
  • Hipmunk
  • HyperDevbox
  • Immersion
  • iNiS
  • Intel Corporation
  • JetBrains
  • Kinetic Bytes
  • Komodo OpenLab & the Inclusive Design Research Centre
  • MobileBits GmBH
  • National Braille Press
  • Onavo
  • Pebble
  • Pinterest, Inc.
  • Pocket
  • Pulse
  • Revision3
  • TED
  • Testdroid
  • Texas Instruments
  • TinyCo
  • TourWrist
  • Unity Technologies
  • YoYo Games
  • Zipline Games
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