Android App Development warms up

Recession has not been difficult at all. There is one group of experts who hardly notice the economic crisis. Android Application Developers have been very busy last year to create new and new phone applications that use the Android operating system. These developers have used this recession as a time for innovation. Industrial reports claim that 18 phones will be released within 6 months of using the Android operating system. The first phone that introduced the Android system is T-Mobile G1. Google realized that there was a possibility at this point. This is okay by Google to increase its advances in the mobile market share towards Arch rival Apple.

For those who have never walked outside your house, Apple iPhone 3 introduced 2 years ago using an open platform that allows private developers to make, sell and make money from applications. This is done in an open market which has become quite an industry in itself. Google's goal is to find new ways to convince application developers to develop products for the Android system instead of Apple's operating system.

In order to place competition in context, Android offers more than 10,000 applications. Apple offers more than 100,000 applications, mirrored by Apple's enhanced iPhone sales. With Christmas right in front of us, we can expect an increase in application sales as well as an increased smartphone sales.

Android application developers are assisted by another highly anticipated phone release. Not publicly called "Google Phone", The relationship is made by HTC.

Your phone will run Android version 2.1. According to WSJ, "Google designed all of the software behind the phone, from the applications that run on it to look out for each screen. Without working with wireless carriers, they often prescribe what features they allow on the network."

The date of publication of the Union appears to be one that is not yet known. ABC News explains that the Nexus One will be available through T-Mobile as soon as January 5, which is just around the corner. Some indicated that pricing could be around $ 199.

The union, however, will not be the only one that will be released in 2010. Expert CC Wood Insight stepped out of the limb and predicted that the handset manufacturers would produce an overview of Android handset in 2010. According to his plans, there will be at least fifty new types released in 2010 alone. Up to now, every manufacturer has been rumored to organize the following:

* Motorola: is dealing with Android in a big way and is expected to produce at least 10 handsets in 2010

* Acer: has confirmed that they have 5 -6 phones on tap for 1H 2010

* HTC: Rumors to Have 5 Phones Slated for 1H 2010

* Sony Ericsson: has X10 ready for release in Q1 2010 with the assurance that other Android handsets be planned

Source by John S. Smalls

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