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Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus: Best deals and where to buy

by Team AA 14 hours ago26 comments

Hands-on: Fitbit Versa is a smarter, more affordable smartwatch for the masses

by Jimmy Westenberg 4 days ago21 comments

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus review: Top-notch notch-less

by Jimmy Westenberg 15 hours ago79 comments

Google Assistant guide: Make the most of your virtual assistant

by Robert Triggs 3 days ago7 comments
41 articles

Kotlin vs Java: key differences between Android’s officially-supported languages

The Kotlin vs Java debate is a new one, with each language having their own merits But what exactly makes them stand apart? That's what we aim to explore.
by Jessica Thornsby2 weeks ago

Android Instant Apps: what do they mean for users and developers?

Android Instant Apps could change the way you interact with mobile software. This post explores what they can do, their implications and how you'll make them.
by Adam Sinicki4 weeks ago

Android SDK tutorial for beginners

Android development starts with the Android SDK - a collection of tools needed to build any kind of Android app. Discover what's included and how to use it.
by Adam SinickiDecember 16, 2017

The best Android app makers for making apps with zero code

Developing for Android usually requires the use of special software and programming skills, but there are many Android app makers that make creating apps fun, fast and easy. Here is my ...
by Adam SinickiDecember 15, 2017

Cross-platform mobile development — challenges, options, and why you should consider it

To reach the widest audience, developers may wish to release their Android apps and games on other platforms such as iOS, Windows Mobile, and even PCs and consoles. This post explains ...
by Adam SinickiNovember 24, 2017

Android Studio tutorial for beginners

Succeeding Eclipse as the main IDE, Android Studio has come along way since its introduction in 2014. Here is an introduction tutorial for beginners.
by Alex MullisNovember 11, 2017

Starting Android App development with RxJava 2.0

Upgrading to the latest release of a library is usually as simple as changing the version number, but switching to RxJava isn't quite so straightforward.
by Jessica ThornsbyOctober 27, 2017

Update your apps for Oreo: Autosizing Text, Custom Fonts, Adaptive Icons & Notification Channels

Find out how to implement the latest Android 8.0 features in your apps, including creating pinned shortcuts, and an easier way of working with custom fonts.
by Jessica ThornsbySeptember 6, 2017

10 reasons to try Kotlin for Android development

Kotlin development is now supported by Android Studio by default, but why should you care? Here are 10 good reasons to give Kotlin a try!
by Adam SinickiJune 26, 2017

Build a better UI with the Material Design Components library

Learn how to use the essential Material Design components, including BottomNavigationView, NavigationView, TextInputLayout, CoordinatorLayout and CollapsingToolbarLayout.
by Jessica ThornsbyMay 22, 2017
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