App Inventor: Google's Way of Helping You Create an Android App
Article by George Norman
On 14 Jul 2010
Did you ever want to create a mobile app for the Android operating system, but always thought the process is a bit difficult and felt like you’re getting into something you can’t pull off? Well, Mountain View-based search engine giant Google wants to make things easier for you so you can come up with a great Android app. Google wants you to forget about the difficulties associated with creating an app.

So what did Google do? It came up with App Inventor for Android and is now asking anyone who is interested in developing an Android app with App Inventor to sign up – access to the app will be granted “over the coming weeks.” Sign up for App Inventor for Android and you will be provided with an easy means of developing an Android app.

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As Google explained, using App Inventor will be a piece of cake. You can forget about writing code and other complex tasks that go into creating an app because App Inventor will do away with them. You will be provided with an easy meant to create complex apps.

“Sharing the joy of building software with someone that doesn’t have an engineering background is hard. Today it got a little easier with App Inventor for Android. App Inventor for Android is a Google Labs project that makes it possible to create complex Android applications without having to write any code. This is because, instead of writing code, you can visually design the way the app looks and use blocks to specify behavior. This helps introduce concepts about logic and programming in a compelling way, without getting lost in syntax and code,” explained Ali Pasha, Google Developer Programs.

To signup for App Inventor for Android, please click here (all you have to do is log in and provide your Gmail address).
To find out more about App Inventor for Android, a site with all the bits and pieces you need to know is provided by Google here.



Tags: Google, Android, App Inventor
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