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Adding a change log dialog to your app
Release often, release early - it's a good mantra in software development. To keep your customers up to date you may use a changelog dialog. This post explains how to do it.
Take These Steps to Make your Android App Accessible
In this blog post Wolfram Rittmeyer explains the steps that are necessary to make your Android app accessible.
Styling the ActionBar Part 4
Mark Allisons 4th post about styling the ActionBar. You should check out the past posts if you haven't already.
The ShowcaseView library is designed to highlight and showcase specific parts of apps to the user with a distinctive and attractive overlay.
Meet Polaris, a map library for Android
Polaris is a nice library, by Cyrill Mottier, that makes the developer life much easier when dealing with Google Maps. Read a nice wrap up of all features in his blog post. The source is released on Github.
Ericsson has started Application Awards 2013. So if you have a good app idea, go for the 25.000 € prize money.
App development growing: Android vs. iOS
Good news everyone! According to a GigaOM survey the amount of apps developed on Android is growing at a faster rate than iOS.
Free Trial Period
If you want to lower the entry barrier for customers to use your app, while keeping you revenue stream steady check out the new try-and-buy feature for in-app-subscriptions.
This recorded Android Developer Lab+ hangout deals about Connectivity APIs.
A demonstration application for the polaris library project