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Android How to Program by Paul Deitel, Abbey Deitel, Harvey Deitel

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2. Android Market and App Business Issues

Objectives

In this chapter you’ll be introduced to:

• Characteristics of great Android apps.

• User interface guidelines for designing your apps.

• Registering for Android Market.

• Submitting your apps to Android Market.

• Pricing your apps and the benefits of free vs. paid apps.

• In-app billing.

• Launching Android Market from within an app.

• Marketing and monetizing your apps.

• Other Android app stores.

• Other popular mobile and Internet app platforms to which you can port your apps.

• Android humor.

Outline

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Building Great Android Apps

2.3 Android Best Practices

2.3.1 Compatibility

2.3.2 Supporting Multiple Screens

2.3.3 Android User Interface Guidelines

2.4 Registering at ...

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