[This post is by Joe Fernandez, a technical writer for developer.android.com who cares about accessibility and usability. — Tim Bray.] We recently published some new resources to help developers make their Android applications more accessible: Accessibility Developer Guide Implementing Accessibility Training “But,” you may be thinking, “What is accessibility, exactly? Why should I make it a priority? How do I do it? And most importantly, how do I spell it?” All good questions.
[This post is by Eric Chu, Android Developer Ecosystem. — Tim Bray] In my conversations with Android developers, I often hear that you’d like better protection against unauthorized use of your applications. So today, I’m pleased to ... Read Post
[This post is by Wei Huang, who helped implement this feature. — Tim Bray]In the just-launched Android 2.2, we’ve added a new service to help developers send data from servers to their applications on Android phones. Android Cloud t... Read Post
[This post is by Eric Chu, Android Developer Ecosystem. —Tim Bray] Providing users with more information about applications on Android Market has been a top request from Android users. Starting in a few weeks, we will be showing con... Read Post