Most of Android User & Apps developer are searching for useful Tuts blogs, forums, App news & Mobile Update.Today we include most of popular, knowledgeable collection of Websites Android Developer Must Know. In this post we include useful Android Tutorial Blogs,Forums, App News And Mobile Updates. Developer’s Blog: 1. developer.android : The Google Dev Guide provides a practical introduction to developing […]
Most of Android User & Apps developer are searching for useful Tuts blogs, forums, App news & Mobile Update.Today we include most of popular, knowledgeable collection of Websites Android Developer Must Know.
In this post we include useful Android Tutorial Blogs,Forums, App News And Mobile Updates.
1. developer.android : The Google Dev Guide provides a practical introduction to developing applications for Android and documentation about major platform features. It explores the concepts behind Android, the framework for constructing an application, and the tools for developing, testing, and publishing software for the platform.
2. Mobile.tutplus : Mobiletuts+ is all about quality tutorials for mobile developers – all mobile developers. Topics will include native development with the iPhone, Android, Windows and Blackberry platforms, cross-platform development with tools like Appcelerator and Phone Gap, and techniques for building mobile accessible web sites with HTML 5.
3. wowjava :
4. Androidpeople :
5. helloandroid :
Forums & Message Boards:
21. stackoverflow : A language-independent collaboratively edited question and answer site for programmers.
22. T-Mobile G1 (Android) forum. T-Mobile’s Official forum for all “How To…”, “Market Apps”, and “General Discussion and Feedback” topics. Vast information, discussion, praise and gripes.
24. Android Forums. Thousands of members and counting, discussing all things Android.
25. TmoNews Blog is the Unofficial source for all things T-Mobile, since T-Mobile has trademarked the “G1″ and became the first major wireless carrier to debut Android, their blog covers it as well. There is a Forum with thousands of members as well.
26. AndDev is a Forum for Android Developers by Android Developers. Get Android tutorials, tips, help, sample code or even hire a developer.
Unique Niche Android Websites:
27. Android Tapp. Android Tapp is the best resource for Android App Reviews, Android App Ratings, Interviews with mobile app developers, News and Showcases. Eliminate the guess work when downloading Android Apps… know for sure! Offering infinate value alerting whether an Android App is worth paying for… or not
28. Android Apps. Although they may be considered our only and direct competiton for Android App Reviews, we don’t mind mentioning them. The sister site of AppVee iPhone app reviews; they not only review Android Apps, but they offer YouTube video screencasts.
29. Droideo. Android Video website. Find all android videos from unboxing, sneak peak at new app/feature demos, phone hardware and more.
30. Cyrket. Developer Jay Freeman managed to create an extract of the actual Android App Market, once only viewable on the handset, now viewable on the web. The Android Application Browser features comments (yeah… even the idiotic comments), user ratings, app descriptions, and more.
News, Insight & Tips:
31. Android Guys. Blog that covers everything Android; news, reviews, interviews, Podcasts, etc. They even have an accessories store for your mobile gadgets.
32. Phandroid. Android Fans blog covering all things Android; breaking news, insights and reviews. See their forum below, Android Forums.
33. Google and Blog. Blog about Google and Android news, tips and insights.
34. LiveCrunch. Though a Tech blog, they do give a lot of attention to the Android OS, news and devices. Their motto is “KISS” (keep it simple stupid) with short bites of news and alerts.
35. Androidcentral : Founded in 2008, TalkAndroid.com has quickly become one of the top destinations for the latest Google Android news, rumors, and information on the mobile platform.
Based in the central United States, TalkAndroid.com provides coverage for all things Android-related.
Leading Mobile, Gadget and Tech Blogs:
This is a list of the larger well known blogs that frequently write about Android, Android OS, Android Phones and Android Netbooks. TechCrunch’s family of tech related websites;CrunchGear & MobileCrunch. Gizmodo, Gigaom, and IntoMobile all cover Android often.
Aps, Wallpaper & Ringtones:
36. G1Wallz. Offers a lot of Wallpapers suited for the Android G1 screen size.
37. G1MP4. Offers free ringtones pre-sliced for the G1.
Appitalism brands itself as the Social App Superstore. This site depends on its users to collectively determine the best apps.
AppGuide is part of the PCWorld.com group of sites. You can browse by category as you can on most app sites. But here, you get the benefit of editor reviews. The editors from PCWorld.com routinely give expert reviews. Mixed in with these editor reviews are reviews from users as well.
42 .Appolicious (in association with Yahoo!)
When connected to Facebook, Applicious will recommend apps that your friends are using.
Aproov gives you filtering by category and the ability to search. Aproov has their own algorithim called App Rank to filter apps to the top of lists based on several rankings.
GetJar is the worlds largest free app store. The store boasts over two billion downloads to date and over 150,000 apps available across many different platforms.
45. Google’s Android Market
This is the original. The site is well laid out. Easy to search. Visually appealing. Down the left side of the site is a quick listing of top apps from free, paid, grossing, and top new paid.
When I think of Handmark, I think of a company in the application creation business. But they are also now an application delivery company. The main view on their site is by top recommendation and you get category views as well.
At the Handster app store you can quickly browse for apps by categories. Or you can do a quick search. Like most stores you can look at apps by various popularity categories as well.
OpenAppMkt is an online Android apps download store for HTML5 apps. OpenAppMkt strives to give you freedom and give you open access to apps.
Phoload has two things that make it stand out from the crowd. First it is a community based site and depends heavily on its users to rate apps. Second it’s a totally free application store.
PocketGear bills themselves as the world’s largest Android apps download marketplace. And this very well may be true. PocketGear has been around for a very long time. PocketGear like most other sites give you the ability to search and offers views of top apps in different areas.
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