AndroidDevelopment.org is meant to bring some personal experiences of me and the Android development to the community. This community is you! Besides the vendors implementing the Android platform, the most important factor of a successful mobile device platform is its compatibility. Compatibility in an open approach for more 3rd party applications. Those applications bring more value to a device and encourage potential users to get an Android-powered “GPhone”. While Google, Inc. is a great company with great developers and even greater applications and services; they cannot do all by their own. Especially the small gadget pieces of software we are looking are mostly not developed by companies. AndroidDevelopment.org is meant to provide you with ideas, code samples, small applications that are interesting to the Android platform.

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  1. Troy Mott says:

    Would you be interested in reviewing an Android book proposal and then answering a few questions about it?



  2. Nash says:


    I’m looking for an Android dev with barcode reading related experience. Any idea where’s a good place to look?



  3. Julia Baril says:

    Hi androiddevelopment.org owner,

    My name is Julia Baril and I am Joel Johnson’s
    affiliate manager for his Lazy Cash Formula.

    Joel told me to contact you personally to see
    if we can develop a joint venture business
    relationship together…

    I understand you have a high-traffic site in
    the biz opp niche.

    We have a product that converts VERY WELL
    for biz opp traffic.

    In fact, we have one affiliate that logged
    over 100 sales in 3 days…

    We were also able to drive 100+ sales
    to ONE of our jv partners with 2 emails.

    Let me know if you’d like to work with us.

    I have a few ideas on how we can help each
    other increase the value for our visitors,
    your customers and both our bottom lines.

    Julia Baril
    Affiliate Manager for Joel Johnson

  4. Caroline Wall says:


    I recently enjoyed reading a post on your blog and wanted to extend to you an invite into the DZone Most Valuable Blogger program. The MVB program allows our editors to occasionally feature a blog post from your blog on our site under your profile. If you would like more information, please contact caroline@dzone.com.

    Caroline Wall

  5. Hi…I’am a reader of your blog, and even creator of the android10.org community…
    Would you like to exchange links?..It would be cool that we could help each other with our content…what do you think??..

    Thanks for your time!!!


  6. bitartist says:

    Wow, nice to read your blog, and just found out your are based in Hong Kong too.

  7. Gavin says:

    Hey Fella

    Are you doing link referral as well. I need to get some links into and out of my website and hopefully to content of the similar nature. Please let me know if you would be intrested.

    Kind Regards


  8. Hello.

    We kindly inform that a new service has been launched – Android Developer – that specialises in publicating job offers dealing with Android System.
    The service is available at: http://www.androiddeveloper.co

  9. Erel says:

    Are you interested in reviewing alternatives for Android Java development?
    Yesterday we released Basic4android which can be described as “Visual Basic for android”. It includes a powerful GUI designer. http://www.basic4ppc.com

  10. Interested says:

    I’m interested in discussing buying your domain. Email me if you’re open to selling.

  11. Mario Romano says:

    Hello i’m Mario Romano and i have develop a LGPL library to connect android to facebook. I m looking for your valuable feedback’s for my API. Can you help me with a short review on your website?


    Thanks in advance

    Mario Romao

  12. Jose says:

    Hello, I just read your fragmentation article I really enjoyed 🙂 Fragmentation is indeed a problem and an opportunity in itself, that’s why we created TestingAndroid.com a low cost usability and device testing for Android. The developers submit their applications and we contact “normal” users to test them. Developers get help fixing bugs and finding usability issues while users get a few extra bucks. All testers are required to video tape their experience and answer a few question made by developers.

    If you have any question don’t hesitate to contact us:

    Jose – TestingAndroid.com

  13. A great post, thanks for taking the time to share, continued success to your site in the future! GOOD Work!!Hello i’m Mario Romano and i have develop a LGPL library to connect android to facebook. I m looking for your valuable feedback’s for my API. Can you help me with a short review on your website?

  14. Pete says:

    good page and helped me out what something is wrong with your page. It doesn’t matter which Browser I use it slows down my whole PC and ist 100% CPU activity.

    some bad jave

  15. patrick says:

    @Pete: thanks for the note, I will try to figure out what the problem is.

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