How to build better Android apps?

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How to build better Android apps?

on Android Developers at Jun 14, 2016 10:40

We have recently published a post with 5 great tips about how to build an efficient Android app. You can find it here: http://ready4s.com/BlogOfMobileAppsDeve ... droid-app/

Kate
Ready4S

Re: How to build better Android apps?

on Android Developers at Nov 14, 2016 07:51

We can follow the below mentioned tips to make the android App more efficient/better.

1) Design flexible layouts: Android devices take numerous sizes and shapes. Make sure to use layout designs that stretch their content to fit different types of screens and still look great. The best practice in this case is to follow the official design guidelines created by Google.

2) Do not clone an iOS app: Both Android and iOS have there own native UI elements. We should not clone the apps.

Examples
1. Avoid static tabs, especially at the bottom
2. No need to create an on-screen back button because android phones default have a back button at the bottom.

3) Don’t forget about offline experience as well: We should always take care about every use cases. If the User is browsing your App offline we should always show him/her a message that your are browsing the App offline.

4) Make the App intuitively simple: We should always make the user interface very simple and understanding. So that the user should not struggle while browsing the APP. We can add the welcome screens/Start up screens for better understanding of APP

Re: How to build better Android apps?

on Android Developers at Dec 12, 2016 07:27

10 days to create your first Android app -

Day 1: Ideation
Day 2: Drawing a wireframe
Day 3: Choosing your IDE and setting it up
Day 4: Learning the basics of Java
Day 5: Creating/acquiring your images
Day 6: Building the layout
Day 7: Writing the code
Day 8: Implementing more advanced functionality
Day 9: Adding some extra polish
Day 10: Publishing your app.

Re: How to build better Android apps?

on Android Developers at Feb 07, 2017 14:01

While developing a mobile app, developer face innumerable issues. If these problems are overcome, it would rather get a better version of the app.
And the problems are.

Re: How to build better Android apps?

on Android Developers at Feb 09, 2017 12:54

We've recently wrote an article from the opposite view: what are the WORST app development tips you can get.
Come and read it, it may be very helpful:
https://www.ready4s.com/blog/what-are-t ... u-can-get/

Re: How to build better Android apps?

on Android Developers at Feb 20, 2017 12:45

hello , we have recent update article you can read this for more information : https://www.logicspice.com/blog/how-to- ... obile-app/

Re: How to build better Android apps?

on Android Developers at Feb 21, 2017 10:42

An interesting article, thanks for sharing!
What are in your opinion the most important features from you list, without which you can't start developing your own app?

Re: How to build better Android apps?

on Android Developers at Mar 14, 2017 14:59

To be honest I think starting with a good design can increase the chances that your app will succeed. Besides that make sure the functionality works as described and ensure that are no major bugs as this might make you get instant bad reviews. There might be other factors but those are what I think are most important to me.

Re: How to build better Android apps?

on Android Developers at Mar 16, 2017 10:33

Yeah, you're definitely right, no one likes apps that crash all the time.
But you can't finish designing your apps completely, without previously choosing an OS that is dedicated to (yep, I'm in favor of native apps).
UX and UI are different according to OS they're using. For example, can't place the same buttons in the exact same places for both OS.

Re: How to build better Android apps?

on Android Developers at Mar 21, 2017 11:42

You could use Java to build really good Android app. Read about other popular languages in this research -
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