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Welcome to Training for Android developers. Here you'll find sets of lessons within classes that describe how to accomplish a specific task with code samples you can re-use in your app. Classes are organized into several groups you can see at the top-level of the left navigation. This first group, Getting Started , teaches you the bare essentials for Android app development. If you're a new Android app developer, you should complete each of these classes in order: <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
On this page, you will find the best Android apps for all your needs. We’ve taken the effort to categorize the apps and picked only those we believe to be the best ones and which will most likely be useful to you. Enjoy this list on the go: Get Playboard for Android and add MakeUseOf as a source. You can also click this link from your phone to install Playboard directly. Looking for games?
Get your head around your budget, whether you manage just your own money or an entire household's, with desktop and mobile personal finance software. OB Roundup With the world in what seems to be a perpetual financial crisis these past few years, it's tough to know where you, as an individual, actually stand with your money, unless you have some help. And I'm not talking about shoeboxes full of receipts.
Sleep and I rarely get along well. I’m a long-standing insomniac with morning classes, and this usually results in me being pretty dead on my feet. My alarm clock is situated across the room to prevent me from hitting “Snooze” so easily, but this too seems to be of little consequence. Android’s decided to help me out, though, with an app called “Sleep as an Droid.” Grammatically-incorrect title aside, it’s a very robust alarm clock and sleep tracker: there’s a number of features that set it apart from the stock clock, and make it worth looking at if you’re interested in the way you sleep.
Good news for Android users: this is the first sequel to our recently published article entitled “ 10 must have FREE Android apps (part 1 )”. Like the first article, this one will showcase another 10 terrific Android apps that will rock your world, or, if not, will at least make you a very happy Android user! As in the first article, we aim to present selections that are not your standard apps that everyone knows about. The aim of this series of articles is to present ‘must-have’ apps that every Android user should use or at least know about . We also strive, as much as possible to pick apps that are ad-free.
[HACK] Increase Internal Memory Size to Whatever You Want! Free Memory to > 1Gb! How to Increase your Internal Memory Size with very low effort! NOTICE : This method works both on Rooted and NOT Rooted Phones! You simply need to meet three easy requirements: Stock Firmware installed on the Phone (custom ROMS not supported ...They don't need to!
Need someone to sit up with you all night – I`m your girl. Looking for someone to join you on that 5am run? I am NOT your girl on both counts. I am not a morning person. Alarms are evil- they are made by enslaved oompa loompa children in the dungeons of the abyss. And they don’t get me out of bed, they irritated me to the point of violent fits.
It’s been a long time in the making, but it’s finally here: CyanogenMod 7.2, the latest version based on Android 2.3 (.7), has reached the release candidate stage! We’ve been delaying it for too long, mostly because new devices kept being submitted to us, and now we feel that at 69 devices, CM7.2 is more than ready for everybody to enjoy 7.2 adds a couple of backported features and fixes from Android 4 (ICS), over 20 new devices when compared to 7.1, and even some new features to boot (be sure to check out the new predictive contact search in the phone dialer!). We’ve also fixed some bugs along the way.
The next version of each smartphone's operating system is always the best. We impatiently wait for the latest and greatest firmware to come around, expecting it to liberate us from the shackles of last year's code and features that haven't shown up yet. This happens incessantly with Google's Android OS, and version 4.0 -- unveiled at this year's I/O conference in May -- is no different. Known as Ice Cream Sandwich (referred to henceforth as ICS), the last word in the title indicates the merging of Gingerbread , the most recent phone platform, and Honeycomb , the version optimized for use on tablets. We knew this much, but were otherwise left with conjecture as to how the company planned to accomplish such a feat -- and what else the new iteration had in store. But now the time of reckoning is upon us, and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus -- Android 4.0's mother ship -- is slowly spreading across the globe, its users being treated to this year's smartphone dessert.
anoops, on 24 May 2012 - 05:49 PM, said: another great work
Posted: 08/25/2011 in Android , Internet , New Technology Tags: android , Android Developers , Android Market , cyanogen , cyanogenmod7 , google , Handhelds , Honeycomb , Information graphics , [X]CUBELABS Infographic by Android Developers at [x]cubelabs While the version distribution is a little dated at this point (its from July 5), this great little graphic provides us with a good bit of information. It covers the release date of every major Android update, from 1.0 clear though to Honeycomb .
We recently featured Lookout Security App as a must have app for your mobile phone as a prevention measure. Lookout has since released a list of mobile threats for 2012 based on their historical data and tips on how to prevent them from happening to you. 1) Mobile Malware Monetization Trends Mobile Pickpocketing (SMS/call fraud) and Botnets. In 2012, Malware writers will continue to steal money directly from consumers by accessing their mobile devices’ ability to charge phone bills via SMS billing and phone calls. Botnets integrate thousands of mobile devices into extensive botnet-like networks to distribute spam, steal private info, and install other malware.
27 September 2011 Last updated at 08:01 ET Android is proving popular with those who bought a smartphone in the last few months Smartphones running Google's Android are the most popular among those buying new handsets, suggest figures. The survey by market research firm Nielsen shows that in the three months to the end of August, 56% of Americans buying a phone chose Android.