Glad to be here and a huge fan of Android and the apps. We develop apps and mobile sites for clients. I am hoping to gain more experience from users and people on this forum.
Phil from IMP Canada
on 04/04/2012 – Made popular on 04/04/2012
After focusing primarily on iOS, our Sparkling Apps team is now moving to Android as well. We have started by porting our most popular apps, Voice Ask and Translator with Speech, and also created a port of a popular pilot app, 'Aeroweather'.
Recently, Apple has been rejecting some of our apps, mainly because they were deemed too similar to Siri.
There are so many mobile operating systems out there and people seem to be developing apps for an OS they like be it iOS or Android. But I would love to know the different development tools (IDEs/Frameworks and programming languages) that are both totally free and proprietary that one can use for developing apps for a particualr mobile OS.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=fahrbot.apps.switchme&hl=en . I want to develop something like this app for Android. I know that this app requires root permissions. If I want to develop something like this, where can I find the private APIs required for this. Or is there some other way to do it ?
Startup Canada today debuted a $100,000 Indiegogo crowdfunding effort to try and raise money for building an online resource to help entrepreneurs across Canada gain access to crucial support and resources as they build their businesses.
I recently purchased an HTC One X to use on the telus network in canada. I am quite happy with my purchase as I think I got a pretty good deal and plan. We still have terrible phone contacts here in Canada and I did my best to get the most of my contract. I'm hoping to get to know the phone and android a lot more so I can get more in touch with Google, our eventual overlords.