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Learn How to Optimize Android Apps for Tablet

September 22nd, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

After India and the US last month, Google will organize Android Developer labs sessions in Europe to train developers to optimize their applications for Tablets.

Registration is now open for the following European cities:

  • Berlin — September 28 and 29.
  • London — October 3 and 5.
  • Paris — October 27 and 28. Sometimes late October…, but you can register now.

This ADL series isn’t another set of introduction-to-Android sessions, nor any other kind of general overview like you may have at Google Devfest. It’s specifically aimed at optimizing Android applications for tablets, in particular creating high-quality tablet applications to provide a polished user interface and an enjoyable user-experience.

Registration is open to anyone, but as Google can only accommodate a relatively small number of attendees, they will select attendees who already have an high quality Android app with the potential to be a top-tier tablet app.

This series of labs will teach you:
  • The best practices to build high-quality applications for tablets running Android.
  • How to design your user interface by taking advantage of the tablet screen size.
  • How to migrate your applications designed from mobile phones to tablets.
This event is targeted at experienced Android developers with existing applications in Android Market and you will be required to include the package name of your best application currently published in Android Market during registration.  
Android developer website already has a page called “Optimizing Apps for Android 3.0” and whether you plan to attend the labs sessions or not, it would be a good idea to get started there.
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