App Inventor for Android lets people create apps for Android phones by manipulating programming blocks in a web browser. Since July 2010, Google has run App Inventor as a large-scale public web service as a part of its Google Labs suite. With the wind down of Google Labs, as of December 31, 2011, Google ended support of App Inventor. In order to ensure the future success of App Inventor, Google Research has funded the establishment of the Center for Mobile Learning at the MIT Media Lab. Sometime in the first quarter of 2012, the Center plans to provide a large scale App Inventor service for general public access, similar to the one Google ran. MIT’s will be posting progress on getting their public service up and running at MIT Developer’s Blog .
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