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Google App Inventor for Aspiring Developers

Posted on July 12, 2010
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Google lets its Android phone users to create their own applications with the help of the App Inventor. Currently in Beta, the program makes it easy for beginners to develop their own apps using visual blocks instead of lone and confusing codes.

The App Inventor is said to have functions for almost anything on the Android handset, from games, access to GPS, and phone functionality among others.

Because it is still in Beta, only a limited number of users can gain access to the App Inventor. To get you started, simply fill out the form provided and cross your fingers.

Source: Google Labs, via Engadget

 
 

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