As an Android fan I find it annoying that iOS seems to get many apps first. I’ve used iOS and it’s just not for me. So I wanted to remind you all that there are a lot (maybe more than iOS by now … I don’t have the numbers) of us out there using Android and we want apps too. So if you’re looking to create a library app you might want to take a look at one or both of these Android App tools:
- MIT App Inventor
App Inventor lets you develop applications for Android phones using a web browser and either a connected phone or emulator. The App Inventor servers store your work and help you keep track of your projects.
Apptimizer supports developers with useful tips on how to optimize an app so that it drives more downloads. Best of all, this service is completely free.
Okay so just a couple days after I posted my last list of Android Apps I went and bought a new Android My new phone means I can have more/different apps installed. So, here is my updated list
And as always I welcome suggestions for other applications.
Most of my readers know that I’m a huge Android fan and love my Android! One of the threads I always reply to is ‘what are your favorite android apps?’ Well today I find out that AppBrain (one of my favorite apps) allows me to share my list of Android apps right here!
Tomorrow I plan to head to the store to upgrade my phone from the HTC Eris (which I have loved) to the Droid X (which is much more of a powerhouse). If I change this list of apps much, I’ll let you know! If you share your list, feel free to share the link in the comments here so others can see what you have installed. And if you think I’m missing something essential, let me know!
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