October 28th, 2008 | Published in Google Android
As we mentioned yesterday, the Android Market is now open for developers to upload their applications. I'm pretty excited because Market, along with the availability of the first Android-powered phone and the Android 1.0 SDK, puts the basic pieces of the Android platform into place for developers to create and distribute their apps.
To help developers better understand what's available to them, we've collected stories from some Android application developers. In the videos, you'll hear them talk about how they built their apps, their takes on the Android platform, and also some tips they want to share with other developers. I think they have a lot of insight to share about Android application development, so I hope you'll find these videos useful.
Here are the first two developers in this series:
Jeff Sharkey is an ADC finalist—he built CompareEverywhere.
Jacob Abrams is from Glu Mobile and helped to build their first Android app, Bonsai Blast.
Keep an eye on this blog, our YouTube channel, or the playlist for this series for more of these videos in the coming weeks.