How to get more than 100% active installs on Android Market

Well, having a percentage of more than 100% of active installs on the Android Market seems a bit unrealistic to me. However, this is what it shows in my Android Market app listing. The one shown on the right is a paid application that had just been launched, so I guess the Android Market didn’t […]

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Android Developers can now sell their Apps on Verizon VCAST

VerizonWireless will soon launch the Android 2.2 powered 7″ Tablet from Samsung called Galaxy S Tablet. How do I know that? Well … Verizon just sent an email to all developers in their VCAST Apps Program. The VCAST Apps store currently only supports BlackBerry applications, you can browse it on your desktop here: http://mediastore.verizonwireless.com/ I […]

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Android Market: Commercial / Priced Applications available for Developers from US and UK

There was just an article called “Android Market update: support for priced applications” published on the Android blog. The problem is that only developers from the US and UK are able to upload priced applications to the Android Market. While it is possible to create an Android Market from all over the world, selling applications […]

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How to access the Android Market without a real phone

We have already talked about how you can earn money with the Android Market. However, once you have built and signed your application you might have uploaded it to the Android Market. Unfortunately, the Android Market cannot be accessed from within the Android Emulator of your Android SDK. This is bad 🙁 Fortunately, there is […]

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How to earn money with your application through the Android Market

Attention! Capitalistic content following! Since the Android Market has been started it does support free applications in their store market. Though Google announced that we will be able to add commercial products soon — the actual question is: When? Until now nothing happened at this front and therefore, I guess it might still take a […]

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Signing an Android Application for Real Life Mobile Device Usage / Installation

If you want to publish an Android application you first need to write it 🙂 The result of your programming will be an .APK file which is the actual program binary of your application. However, the .APK file your compiler creates can only be used with the emulator on your desktop PC or Mac. You […]

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