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An unlikely couple: Android Community Deals mini giveaway [DEALS]

It's January already, isn't it? You might think it were still Christmas time becuase of this mini bundle of free goodies we have from Android Community Deals. If you remain undecided whether to dive into the world of Android app development, we have a free mini course for you. And if you've been dreaming of owning your very own pair of Beats branded headphones, without coughing up a single dollar, now might be the perfect time to try your luck.

Universal ADB Helper is an easy tweaking tool for newbies

Tweaking and modding your Android device usually starts out with the desire to personalize some bits and elements of your device’s Android operating system. Usually, gaining root access would be a gateway to this, usually done by connecting your device to a laptop or a PC. This is where Universal ADB Helper helps out newbies, as it has a fairly large number of tools to help out tweakers.

It’s back to school with the Android Game Dev Bundle [DEALS]

What could be cooler than making your own Android app? Why, making your own Android game, of course! And now's your chance, again, to learn how. We're bringing back one of the hottest items off our Android Community Deals rack. Learn how to make your own game, with programming or not. Learn how to program for Android, game or not. Heck, learn how to program, whether it's for Android or not! All with our sweet Android Game Developer Bundle.

Cook up your own games with this Android Game Dev Bundle [DEALS]

Angry Birds, Plants vs. Zombies, Candy Crush, Flappy Bird. These are just some of the names that immediately come up whenever you mention Android games. If you've ever dreamed of making it big in the mobile gaming industry or are just curious to learn how a game is made, now might just be your chance to find out with this Android Game Developer Bundle that delivers 7 online courses just for that very purpose.

Odroid-C1 SBC runs Android and has 1GB of RAM

If you are a fan of the Raspberry Pi developer board for its size and features, you might be interested in a new offering called the Odroid-C1. This device is sized similarly to the Raspberry Pi and it runs Android or Ubuntu for the operating system. The small dev board has a 1.5GHz quad-core Amlogic SoC.

Development devices for Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 emerge

Intrinsyc Technologies has just revealed a couple of developer devices, including a smartphone, a tablet, and a development board, all of which are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810. This will let application developers as well as device makers test and play around with Qualcomm's multi-talented system-on-chip even before the first commercial devices hit the market, probably next year.

Google now allows paid applications from Chinese developers

Some Chinese developers haven't fully optimized their apps on Google Play because the Internet giant has not allowed them to list their paid apps. But that will soon change as Google finally allowed the Chinese geeks to offer paid apps and in-app purchases to more than 130 countries. Just recently, Google added more countries with Developer and Google Wallet Merchant registrations. It's finally coming to China which means developers can start selling their apps to majority of the Android users spread out in 130 countries.

Android Auto now supports audio and messaging apps

With Android Lollipop, Android Wear, and a bit of Android TV now safely on the road, Google gets to train its real road warrior, the Android Auto. Google is now opening the doors for Android developers to start tweaking their apps to provide support for Android's in-vehicle incarnation. Although not yet feature complete or in its final form, the new Android Auto APIs already support two use cases: that of creating apps for audio playback and apps for receiving and responding to messages.

Developers take note: how to let Google Now search your app

Admit it. Google Now, specifically the "OK Google" trigger, is quite fun to use and play around with, but it's actual utility isn't as impressive. That's largely because, aside from the web and a few other Google-owned apps and tools, its repository of data doesn't dig deep enough into your phone and its apps. Well, not anymore. Your favorite "OK, Google" can now search inside any app, too! Of course, app developers will need to add the feature, but it's as easy a copy and paste.

Peek moved to developer’s own name, new app pages added

Popular Android utility Peek has a major update, but it's not one that has added new features or fixes bugs. Instead, the update is that the app is now filed under the account of Jesús David Gulfo Agudelo or jedga, Peek's author, instead of his Google Play Store "proxy" Francisco Franco.
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