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Android Mobile Application - The Demand of the Next Generation

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There are a billion-plus mobile phone users globally, many of whom with limited access to a computer or the Internet. With Android app Development, it is highly likely that mobile devices will have more user-friendly applications than ever before and putting the Internet in the handsets of many, many people around the world. The biggest advantage is that the success of Android consulting services depends on the availability of unique and engaging user applications created by developers just like you want. The Android SDK provides the tools and APIs necessary to begin developing applications on the Android platform using the Java programming language.

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									The expensive iPhone and its unique technology, features and mobile
applications, though of exceptional class, are well beyond the reach of
the rapidly growing next generation of mobile users. Android mobiles are
now the preferred choice of working executives, housewives and senior
citizens from the Middle income groups, college goers and highschoolers.
With the increasing popularity of Android mobiles, Android mobile
applications development is also bound to grow in order meet the demand
from a diverse section of subscribers.

The Android operating system that powers most Smartphone of today was
released as early as 2007 by Google and has been providing a host of
features for both the end users and application developers. Android
mobile applications have come to the rescue of mobile service operators
looking to woo the next generation mobile users, who are constantly
seeking new, challenging and useful applications that allow them to
customize / personalize the otherwise standard device.

Developed using the structured yet friendly Java language, Android mobile
applications span a range of functions from utility to enterprise apps,
catering to almost all requirements of the next generation mobile users
including music, videos, shopping, bill payments, banking, web-based
apps, social networking and instant messaging. The growing demand arising
from increased mobile penetration, availability of moderately priced
smart phones and improved telecom services, drive scores of dedicated
application developers to effectively harness the capabilities of the
Android SDK to deliver outstanding Android mobile applications, in the
process paving the way for a healthy competition.

The Android SDK offers an easy-to-use development platform which has a
lot of in-built features to develop quality applications for the mobile
users. Tutorials, in-built code and 3D graphic libraries, testing,
debugging utilities, as well as handset emulator and multi-tasking
facilities on the Android OS can be utilized effectively to build
conventional / modern scalable applications for the Smartphone. The OS
has the capacity to seamlessly integrate with a wide range of
connectivity /communication technologies such as CDMA, GSM/EDGE, Wi-Fi,
Bluetooth, Wi-MAX, UMTS and more, and can ably deliver corresponding
services depending on the hardware of the underlying mobile device. Since
the next generation 4G services are expected to be rendered on Android
mobile applications are bound to capitalize on the large volume of data,
speeds, and quality of the services to effectively showcase their
presence.

Android mobile applications developed on the Android SDK are quite cost-
effective as the SDK is open source software, constantly tested and
improved by a tenacious group of self-motivated programmers. Any trained
java developer will be able churn out a range of rich and challenging
mobile apps with relative ease and also get familiar with SDK using the
documentation and samples provided with the package. Java being a
structured language allows re-use of code, further reducing the
time/effort and cost of developing Android mobile applications.

The Android OS has also been designed to cater to additional hardware
requirements of 3G, GPS, compass, accelerometer and the standard camera
functions, enabling applications to support all mobile hardware
configurations in the present as well as the near future, making it an
ideal platform for servicing evolving mobile phone designs.

								
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