Android Tutorial


Android is an Open Source Operating System (OS), initially designed for touchscreen mobile devices providing a rich User Interface, with time many versions of Android OS have been released , the latest being Android 6.0 Marshmallow (Release date : Around September 2015). Android OS is not only limited to mobile devices and tablets  anymore,  android wear and android powered TV’s are gaining popularity very fast.

About this tutorial

This tutorial has been designed for beginners as well as for experienced Developers, the tutorials has been divided into various topics, each topic starts with the basic and finishes with advanced lessons, at the end of each topic there is an example so you could create a working android application for that topic.

After completing all the topics , there is a step by step guide to build an Android application from scratch.

Why should I learn Android Application Development?

Right now, there is a huge market for experienced Android Developers. Only a few developers have adequate knowledge to create highly efficient android applications. From this course you will learn the most efficient ways to create applications and you will have an advantage over other inexperienced developers. You can also start earning money from various platforms such as even if you do not have a technical degree.


Android Programs are built using Java programming language, you need to have a very basic understanding of Java and Object Oriented Programming (OOPS). If you are completely new to Java and have experience with other OOP languages, with a little bit of extra effort you will be able to follow the tutorial. We will try our best to keep the tutorial very simple and easy to understand.

Have a doubt?

At the end of each page you can ask your doubts regarding that topic in the comment section . We will try our best to answer all your questions. If you find any errors or mistakes please report it in the comment section.

Note: All the topics in Android Tutorial will be completed by the end of January 2016. But you can still learn from what we have already published.

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