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by Dr. William L. Honig last modified 2011-11-04 03:05 PM

Mobile Apps with Google Android using App Inventor. Anyone can develop mobile apps. For non-programmers.

Google App Inventor uses easy graphical tools to let anyone do programming.

App creation is now democratic – anyone can do it!

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No need for Android phone. An emulator allows you to check out apps on your own computer. If you have Android, you can program apps for your phone! The face-to-face classes will also have a couple of shared phones you can try out.

Learn how easily you can use modern tools including SMS messages, GPS location, maps, social networks– all integrated into an app of your own creation!

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