In this beginners guide for Android development I will explain some of the steps to take when you want to start learning to develop apps and games for Android devices.
In the last two updates Note list has got a new recent notes home screen widget and improved notifications.
Version 4.6 for Note list features a really nice updated look for the calendar screen. The new design is based on the material design guidelines and fits in nicely with the rest of the design of Note list. The new … Continue reading
Cubeactive has just released it’s new app Wonder Diary for Android devices. With Wonder Diary you can keep your own private diary/journal on your phone or tablet. The app features a lock screen with a pin code to keep other … Continue reading
Linear clock’s pro version has got a new update. With this update the clock widgets are now resizable so you customize your home screen even more than before.
When I started with Android development I was playing around with the notepad example app as a reference. In this example they create a provider that inserts a default value in the title field. I wanted to use this example … Continue reading
Note list has a new pro upgrade lock screen function. With the app lock you can restrict access to the app by setting a pin code. Change log v4.2 Added: New app lock pro upgrade. Added: You can now select … Continue reading
In this tutorial I will show you how you can retrieve the app’s version number in runtime. This can be useful if you want to inform the users which version of the app they are running or if you want … Continue reading
In this tutorial I will show you how to implement a feedback button in your Android application. You can also use this code to compose other emails from within your app.
Introduction to OnClickListeners One of the most basic tasks you will run up against when starting programming for Android is how to implement an OnClickListener. In this post I will show you the different ways of creating OnClickListeners for your … Continue reading