Google can be aiming to create a shake-up in cell phone operating systems with the launch of its Google android platform. Designed to be completely open and free for developers, the API could change the way cell phone software is used, making all applications equal and combining phone-based information with web tools.
The Android SDK gives mobile platform developers the chance to play around with the new system. It contains everything you need to start building applications, as well as a fully functional device emulator with regard to testing them out when an individual has finished.
Even non-developers can try out the emulator, because it’s easy to set up and run (it does take a while to load up, mind you). There is a choice of telephone skins and resolutions to tinker with too. After fiddling close to for a bit with the OS I must state I’m pretty impressed. Its incorporation with Google Maps is seamless and only shows to highlight the potential for advancement apps that blur the boundaries between phone and web-based software.
Installing software onto the emulator isn’t easy and you have to fiddle around with code in order to do so. Although, there’s plenty of documents available online to help you get the most from the SDK, this is still really only some thing mobile developers will get much make use of out of, rather than just those interested in how Android applications will look.
Overall though, Google android SDK provides a fast and dependable development environment for those looking towards the next era of mobile software.
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