“Android developers today are being notified that they need to declare by Jan. 11, 2016, whether their applications have ads in them or not. This currently is a requirement only for apps that want to be included in Google’s “Designed for Families” category in Google Play. But starting early next year all applications will have to declare whether they include advertising.”
“Moving from atoms to bits, the TAG Heuer Connected includes a beautiful set of digital watch faces with classic TAG Heuer dials. You’ll be able to personalize what information you want to see: weather, step count, or calories. And because the watch is powered by Android Wear, you can check your messages, receive fitness coaching, and ask Google for help—right from your wrist. (Yes, even if you have an iPhone.)”
webdesignerdepot.com has a great article by Kerry Butters with some top tips in order to give developers a starting point, with some things to be kept in mind before proceeding while developing for smartphones!
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Jens Loeffler from overdigital.com shared a great article focusing on the use of HTML5 Video on Android. If you are a developer for Android and have questions regarding HTML5 video on Android you should take a look at the full post. Here at The Bitter Reality of HTML5 Video on Android
“Adobe Air, as a cross platform app and game development proposition, has suffered the unfair collateral damage from a territorial war that was all but Hiroshima’d by the late Steve Jobs through his Thoughts on Flash letter and more generally his business decisions regarding the iOS platform. Never mind that so much of his argument was conveniently flawed and in someways very miss-representational – the environment and the players have now evolved and most of the premise is not longer relevant. As Moore’s law has continued so have the performance issues become null and void, other arguments such as the misuse of Flash are a straw man that would relate to any language/platform when abused.”