Android :: Good Ways To Promote Application

May 24, 2010

I'm a new Android developer and I just released a free, open source tipping calculator app called Tippy Tipper.I created this app to get myself familiar with Android and to hopefully provide a good example app for other new developers to look at.Now that I've overcome the challenges of learning how to program, test and release my Android app, I've come across a new challenge: marketing!What are some good ways to promote my app to the Android community? Can anyone with some experience talk about how they did this successfully with their own app?

Android :: Good ways to promote application


Android :: Different Ways To Develop Application In Droid?

Apr 19, 2010

How many ways we can develop application for Android platform.The only one way that i know is through Java.Somewhere i read that other than Java like Python , Rails and Native C are also used to develop android application.Please help me if anybody knows it, in terms of how these languages are used to create application with any tutorials ,documents or books.

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Android :: Best Way To Launch & Promote A Mobile App

Jun 2, 2010

Im looking forward to launch a mobile application for Android, iPhone and maybe other platforms like Blackberry, Symbian,.too in the future.What do you think is the best way to promote this application?Is setting up a website; provide a screen cast with the features; running ads on ad networks enough or are there other ways too? What ad networks you can suggest?

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Android : Way To Promote / Manage Droid Applications?

Jul 25, 2009

First of all, as a fan of Android and non-developer I would like to participate to this rise of this platform. The ONLY way I've found to promote this platform and get Android being a leader in term of Mobile phone (and I hope soon) other devices OS is to talk about the huge potential of Android platform in my blog ( newtekno.over-blog.com) and also to help developpers on their activities and applications management thru a new Android Market Directory: android.touch-market.com ...

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Use Admob To Promote App

Sep 19, 2011

I'm a new developer and I want to advertise my new app. How many of you use admob to promote your app? Do you think admob is very effective or do you use another method to advertise your app? I'm just starting out so I don't have a huge amount of funds to spend and I like the feature that allows me to put a daily cap on how much I spend. I'm a little concerned with Admob though because I read that Google is killing admob.

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Android :: Need Notepad Application - Any Good App?

Dec 10, 2009

I am looking for a notepad that looks like the I Phone notepad. Any one know a good note app for this?

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Android :: Good Todo Application

Oct 5, 2010

I know that this is probably somewhere else but I am unable to find it. But I am looking for an App that will give me a todo list on a daily basis. What I would like to do is add to-do's several days in advance, and each day have it compounded and then as I complete tasks I can remove them from the list and from day to day it would keep adding to the uncompleted tasks from the day before.

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Android :: Good Music Streaming Application?

Nov 29, 2009

good music streaming app? Don't say panadora tried it and just get pissed everytime because I can never find a song I want and it always plays random shit I don't want.

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Android :: Good Music Application With Widget?

Jul 13, 2010

Can anyone recommend a good music app with a widget? Am thinking of using the stock player with the Desire but am on the lookout for a good player within the market.

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Android :: Good Practices For Building Web Application

Sep 10, 2010

can you advice me a book or something else containing good practices about how to build/structure a web application in a way that will be easy to extend it with an Android/iPhone version later.I am currently trying to get into Django so it will be nice if the practices are related to it.

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Android :: How Big Is Market For A Good Memo Application?

Dec 16, 2009

Many of us have expressed a desire for a proper Memo application on Android, similar in functionality to the Palm OS. Necessary features include: support for multiple memos, quick access to view and edit multiple memos, ability to organize memos into categories or with tags, ability to search through all memos at once, ability to synchronize memos with desktop and/or the cloud. This poll is designed to show potential developers that there is a market for such an app.

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Android :: Recommendation For Good Footy Application?

Jan 20, 2010

Can anyone recommend a good footy app, aimed specifically at the English premier league? I already have FotMob 4.0 but the interface is a little awkward in that there is not enough room to view the RSS feed, the menu part of the screen takes up too much real estate and there doesn't appear to be any way to get rid of it.

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Android :: Good Sports Tracker Application?

Sep 9, 2010

I used to have a great one on Nokia (!) called Sports Tracker but I can't find anything in the market place which looks similar. Any recommendations gratefully received.

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Android :: Any Good Email Application For Galaxy S?

Sep 16, 2010

Looking for a good email app for my Samsung Epic (Galaxy S). It is essential that I not have to have a Gmail account to download it as I have problems once I setup Gmail. I need POP3 and IMAP, and I have multiple accounts. The only thing I see by searching is K-9. I would appreciate any user experiences with the app, and I am open to other alternatives.

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Android :: Looking For Good Calendar Application For Droid 2

Aug 15, 2010

I don't like the stock calender for the Droid 2 and am wondering if anyone can recommend a good calender app. I have an iPod touch and I like the calender on there (bright, bubbly, and easier to see from the monthly view when you have an event on a specific day).

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Android : Which Layout Is Good For Quiz Application

Apr 2, 2009

I am a android beginner, now i am going to design a Quiz application for android I am very confuse about which layout i should use for Quiz. My requirement is when user touch the answer , the next question will appear on same screen and at the end of quiz the web view will be generated as a result page. Right now i don't have in depth knowledge of Layouts and switching the view when user clicks on Answers. Please help me at least suggest me Which layout i use.

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Android :: Any Good Security Screen Lock Application?

Jun 2, 2010

Remember there used to be interesting one, with 9 dots, draw to unlock screen. Is that still available or there is some better choice?

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Android :: Good Science/space News Application

Dec 20, 2009

Does anyone know of a good science/space news application (with widget would be great)?

I figured I would have plenty to pick from but haven't found anything good. I've found some good general news applications but the science sections have been rather slim on articles.

I love hearing the latest science and space news and just want something that will give me plenty to look at in a nice and pleasant way. Something similar that works similar to the Tech Buzz widget would be great.

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Android :: Good Way To Register Users From Phone Application

Jul 22, 2009

We have a web application and we've built phone applications (iPhone, Android, BlackBerry) to be companions to the site. The usual workflow is that an existing user of the site gets a phone app and then plugs their existing credentials into the phone app and they are off and running, but more often now we are seeing folks who are downloading the app and then (and this should not surprise anyone) don't read the help screen that explains they need to go and get credentials at the web site and therefore cannot connect to the application which does require registration to manage their content. This is a giant usability fail condition.

So we know that we need to put user registration workflows on the phone app. Other than the obvious solution of duplicating our registration page on the mobile, does anyone know of a better identity solution for the phone? For example, on the desktop we also use Facebook Connect as an identity server and the users love it. I'm looking for something that simple that we can implement across the major smartphone platforms.
Clarifying note: I should add here that this registration mechanism is likely to; and it would be desirable if it did, go hand in hand with a general identity/authorization mechanism such as the Facebook mechanism mentioned below. One other place I'm poking around is to see whether there's an openId solution that does not require a browser to pop up.

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Android :: Good Sample Application For Phone Service

Aug 2, 2010

Is there a good sample application for creating android services that run in the background?

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Android : Need Good Sources For Icons - Artwork Used In Application?

Mar 6, 2010

Has anyone got a good source for icons that can be used in an application?

I'm thinking of things like pushpins, scope sights, house, car, shop, and other small graphics you might overlay on a map or picture.

Most people just rip them off from the web, but I'm looking for an honest source.

A while ago, I found a website marketplace where you could commission stuff from graphic artists. Does anyone have any links for these? The sort of thing I mean is like this: http://www.graphicster.com/Default.aspx (But those guys haven't got critical mass yet). Or these guys http://www.crowdspring.com/how-it-works/ (but they seem a bit high end).

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Android :: Good Guidelines For Developing Ecommerce Application

Jun 9, 2010

I'm making an ecommerce application on Android and, as it is my first serious project, I'm trying to figure out beforehand the best approach to do this.The application talks to a web service (magento api, meaning soap or xml rpc unfortunately) and gets all the content on the phone (product categories, product details, user credentials etc.). I think it should do lazy loading or something like that.

So, I was thinking to keep the user credentials in a custom Object which will be kept in a SharedPreferences so that every Activity cand easily access it. I'll use a couple of ListViews to show the content and AsyncTask to fetch the data needed. Should I keep all the data in memory in objects or should I use some sort of cache or a local database? Also, I'm planning to use a HashMap with SoftReferences to hold the bitmaps I am downloading. But wouldn't this eat a lot of memory?How cand all the activities have access to all these objects (ecommerce basket etc.)? I'm thinking of passing them using Intents but this doesn't seem right to me. Can SharedPreferences be used for a lot of objects and are there any concurrency issues?

Any pointers would be really appreciated. What are some good guidelines? What classes should I look into? Do you know of any resources on the Internet for me to check out?

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Android :: Good Way To Evaluate Application Performance On Phone Devices

Aug 31, 2010

I am implementing the client side of some java application for Android devices which requires a lot of user interaction, image loadings and JSON object parsing. I'm trying to decide whether to implement it with html5, flash or Android native code.

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Android :: ADW Launcher - Different In A Lot Of Ways

May 12, 2010

ADW things

Still in beta at this point

Very different launcher in a lot of ways.

Has left to right scrolling in the app drawer instead of vertical.

Has 2 main dock spaces for icons but if you swipe up on the app drawer instead of pressing it you will see what he calls the dock bar which has space for 6 more dock spots.

Tons of customization options.

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HTC Desire :: Good Football Scores Application?

Jun 28, 2010

Need good football scores app that features the prem, championship & 1st division? Ideally one that I could have on the scores come up on my screen as they come in rather than having to go into the program and refresh? Also can anyone recommend a good app for making notes? The one I'm currently using will not let me edit a note once I've made it which is of no use to me.

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HTC Incredible :: Any Good Application For Listening To Podcasts?

Sep 3, 2010

I listen to mostly fantasy football podcast. Have used Stitcher for the longest time, but it started running like crap a couple weeks. Hardly works at all now. Anyone know of another good app?

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Android :: Ways Of Definition ID / What Is Difference?

Apr 1, 2010

There are several different ways of definition the ID. What is the difference? android:id="@id/android:list" android:id="@+id/android:list" android:id="@+id/confirm"

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Android :: Ways To Manage Project?

Nov 5, 2010

I'm releasing my first app soon, and this is the first time I'm doing any of this on my own. Looking into the future of it, there are features I plan to implement within the coming months. But looking at me adding features, I realize I would be altering the original source, so if someone finds a bug, I need to either wait, or completely undo everything to fix it. What are some options for managing my source code and stuff?

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Android : Ways To Animate A List?

Mar 27, 2009

AK Notepad does this nice little thing where, on displaying the file list, it "unravels" rapidly down the screen. Are they hacking that incredibly manually, or are there simple OS calls to make lists display in various ways?

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Android :: Ways To Back Up Database

Feb 9, 2010

I'm looking for ways to back up the database of my app on an Android phone. I know that SQLite databases are just files, so I'd expect to be able to just copy the file to SD-card if one is available.However, I'm unsure as to how I'd prepare my database/activity for backup/restore.

When starting, my main activity reads the entries from one table in the database and displays them in a ListView. As shown in the API's "Notes" sample, I have a cursor that is automatically notified about changes to that table (ListView is automatically updated when I add/remove/update records in the table).When I copy the database file to SD-card, I should not have a problem. But what if the user wants to restore a database file? I can't just copy the file back to the data folder, can I (EDIT: ... while a view displays data from the database and thus maybe holds an open connection)?

What would be "best practice" when implementing backup/restore? One approach I've considered is:Open a special "restore" activity that holds no open database connections
Call finish() for the main activity to remove it and close database connections Copy back the database file Open a new "instance" of the main activity all finish() for the "restore" activity,....Would that be the way to go? Thanks for any advice!

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