Google is carrying out a survey on Android development. They want to hear from “engineers, product managers, and distribution and support folks” on ways of improving the experience of building Android apps.
With the Snapdragon SDK 1.1 for Android now available for download, Qualcomm is hosting a free webinar on Tuesday 11 December to help get “a jumpstart on developing for future devices, using the Snapdragon SDK”.
Google has gone into more detail about Revision 21 of the the Android SDK tools, which accompanies the latest Android 4.2 APIs.
Are you an Android developer? Would you like to win $75,000? Well, Qualcom is running a Peer-2-Peer App Challenge, to encourage use of its own SDK to support AllJoyn technology (an open-source development framework for proximity-based device-to-device comms).
Thanks to the team behind the London Droidcon for organising a great event. If you want to see it, in Google+ form, check out this link. There are almost three hundred pictures of the event on the Droidcon London Google+ page.
Last week saw the release of Firefox Marketplace, available to brave early adopters and testers who are using Firefox for Android Aurora.
A new version of the Google Play Developer Console has gone live, with some new features to help see how well your app is doing.
Wouldn’t it be a good idea to have an objective classification of what constitutes a quality mobile app, with those that pass being clearly identified as such? Well, step forward AQuA, which is launching a Quality App Directory. Android is the first platform to be covered, and others may follow.