It is no secret that Google has been pushing for designers to get involved in this year’s Google I/O developers conference. A new rumor thinks it can explain why: Quantum Paper.
Developing Android apps can be rewarding, both personally and financially. Assuming you have a certain level of technical knowledge then it is possible to develop Android apps yourself. But what programming languages do you need to learn?
Announced June 9th, LG has provided availability to the QCircle SDK. This allows developers to build their apps to work on the circular portion of display made active with the QuickCircle case on the LG G3.
If you are a developer who is uncomfortable with or resistant to considering design a critical component of your project, here’s a perspective that may turn things around for you.
For Android Wear to take off we need developer support. What is Google doing to make the process enjoyable for them? We have a testament of the experience!
Since there are over 1 million apps in the Play Store, the chances of someone finding your app without any sort of promotion is literally 1 in a million.
Tappy Chicken is no usual Flappy Bird clone! It was made in an evening, polished in a week and released by someone without even a bit coding experience.
Publishing your first app in the Play Store isn’t hard, with a few tips and pointers you can have your app ready for download in next to no time.
There are several different models you can follow to monetize your Android app. Here is a look at how you can get some money back on your investment.
Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just beginning, this list of Android development resources (including tools, libraries, and blogs) is useful for any developer or team on just about any project, big or small.