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Android Programming

Solo Learn, plz make a android learning app as well.

7/5/2017 1:33:48 PM

Chapa Priyadarshani

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Yes. I'm waiting for an Android learning app too

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There's already a Sololearn app on Android that's the one I'm using right now but there isn't on IOS.

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I am confused

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There is an app for Android. I am using it right now.

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You mean solo learn app for android programming?

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ya sololearn should start this

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Yeah,i think that programming on Android its really cool:).Guys,but you can program on IOS.Just you can learn SWIFT as far as i know it also fits for IOS..Its also cool✌👍

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If you won't to learn programming in java directly in your android smartphone, aide for android can be a good app, it is an editor, a compiler and they are many lessons as well. It is like an advanced course of sololearn in java for android. After learning all that lessons eclipse or android studio will be easy to use.

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I can speak a little bit of English but I prefer the courses in Spanish, please more courses in Latino! And of course android programming!!! Regards.

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use AIDE

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i have been searching for an app to teach how to use android studio. i hope solo learn does one for it.

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it would be quite helpful for us if we get a learning app for Android.. through solo learn

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Is there app for android programming

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@Freetoast tell me which you are using for Android

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I'm having some problems to install Android Studio properly. The emulator doesn't show my programs. A course on installing that IDE would be great. The official Web-Page is just marketing. Meanwhile I'm reading 'Do Androids dream of electric sheep?' by Philip K. Dick (from PlayStore).

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for what?

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yah! I am also waiting for that...

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@Muhammad S U: There are just the same courses in the PlayStore that we can use here. I couldn' t find an Android course by solo learn. Sorry.

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Success: The Android Studio Emulator shows the official example! You can find a training at 'www.developer.android.com/training/basics/firstapp/index.html'.

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Wrong, sorry. It's https://developer.android.com/training/index.html. Within Android Studio use 'HELP -> Getting Started'.