Every time we highly anticipate the release of a movie and then decide to watch the movie in theatre, it is either because we have seen the trailer which developed our interest in the movie or someone else has watched the trailer and recommended us to watch it.
The same principal works well with android games, we decide to download a game if we like its trailers and it develops our interest. Following are some tips on how to make irresistible android game trailers to get large number of game downloads.
Older game consoles are the most exciting and memorable part of our childhood days, and it’s justifiably so. Not only did they help us unleash our heroic side, but also surprised us by giving the very first glimpse of gaming graphics. If you are a retro game junkie and want to live those marvelous moments again, then there are tons of emulators out there that will make you enjoy those classic moments again on your Android devices.
Below is a list of some best of breed emulators that are all set to give you a retrogaming experience on your Android smartphones or tablet devices. These emulators will take you back to those carefree days and will amuse you completely. All you need is just pick up your favorite emulator, connect it with your Android device, and start playing those old video games.
In this post, I will be discussing about how to create and remove shortcut for Android applications programmatically.
What is Android Shortcut?
When an application is installed in Android device, shortcut will be created on the home screen which facilitates the Users to open the App just by clicking on it.
How to enable/disable shortcut creation when new app is installed?
You can control the shortcut creation by enabling/disabling this option in Google Play Store application’s settings, see below.
In this post, I will be discussing how to create Android application that comes with a feature to move it to SD card.
Most Android applications enable the ability for users to choose the application install location (Internal memory or SD card). However, for some applications, this feature doesn’t make as much sense. For example, if you have an app widget, live wallpaper, or other sort of service or utility application (such as a file manager), your application won’t be of any use if the SD card is removed.
To create a new Android Application Project in Eclipse, one has to fill in following details to proceed to next step in project creation.
- Application Name – Is an App name that appears to User
- Project Name – Is a Name of the project directory
- Package Name – Is an Application’s package name
- Minimum Required SDK – ???
- Target SDK – ???
- Compile With – ???
- Theme – It specifies Android UI style
We enter Application name, Project name and Package name but we usually leave default values for Minimum Required SDK, Target SDK and Compile With.
In this post, we are going to discuss about the usage of AsyncTask in Android applications with simple example. I have created simple example to demonstrate how AsyncTask can be used in Android applications.
Take a look at AsyncTask tutorial which will be helpful for you to understand the example with much ease.