Apps for Android

  • Version

    N/A
  • Date Added
    (to site)

    August 8th, 2010
  • Author

    Google
  • License

    Apache License 2.0 (?)
  • Description

    A collection of useful, open source applications that demonstrate features of the Android platform.

    Apps included in the package are as follows:

    - Amazed: A simple but addictive accelerometer-based marble-guidance game.

    - AndroidGlobalTime: a full representation of the Earth that you can spin around.

    - AnyCut: A utility that lets users create Home screen shortcuts to nearly anything in the system.

    - Clickin2DaBeat: A game that mashes up YouTube with custom rhythm-game logic.

    - DivideAndConquer: a game in which you must isolate bouncing balls by creating walls around them.

    - HeightMapProfiler: A simple 3D performance testing tool that renders a 3D height map.

    - LOLcat Builder: O HAI. I CN HAS CHEEZBURGER?! IM N UR PHONE, CAPTIONIN UR PHOTOS.

    - Panoramio: An app that shows you nearby photos and points of interest.

    - Photostream: An app that lets you view photostreams from online photo-hosting services.

    - Radar: A radar-style relative location display view, used by Panoramio and others.

    - RingsExtended: A utility that provides enhanced control over ringtones.

    - Samples: Miscellaneous examples showing features of the Android platform (among which OpenGL ES).

    - SpriteMethodTest: An application that compares the speed of various 2D sprite drawing methods.

    - Translate: Translates more than 150 language pairs with Google’s translation service.

    - WebViewDemo: How Java and JavaScript can call each other inside a WebView.

    - WikiNotes: A wiki note pad that uses intents to navigate to wiki words and other rich content stored in the notes.

  • Platforms Supported

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Apps for Android

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