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Why Learn Android App Development?

The inception of this flourishing Android phone market in 2008 also gave birth to the much-evolving Google play a.k.a the Android App Store. Much like the phone’s success, the app-store has shot off to astonishing levels too. Starting with around 2000 applications in 2008, Google Play now has more than 850,000 applications in store for its users. Moreover, it boasts of more than 48 billion downloads to date, with a download rate much faster than that of iOS (103 apps downloaded every second!).
This app market has also opened wide doors to developers all around the world. With an open source concept, Android is free to develop on, prototype and deploy without paying a single cent in license fees.
Android development is also much less restrictive as compared to its counterpart, iOS, making it more expedient for Android developers to deploy their apps.
The best thing about Android is that it is based on the Linux platform and provides absolutely easy environment accessibility and the core functionality for building fabulous applications for mobile phones. Support is umpteen umpteen as well. With tons of support from Google and other Android development communities coupled with a great deal of resources available on the web, making an Android app has become unexacting and trouble-free for many.
Also, your project can be finished quickly through decreased development time allowing you to ship your cherished app to millions of users!

Android Training Objective

The Android Application Development Training will enable you to
  • Apply concepts of Android Development
  • Create an Android App
  • Become ready for an advanced program

Who should attain Android Training?

College students willing to start a career in mobile application development and freelancers seeking out new skill sets.

Pre-requisites for Android Training

Core Java


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