Python runs on their server so a GUI isn't really practical. It's also why input isn't strictly interactive. People often use TkInter since it's bundled; here's a list for others: https://wiki.python.org/moin/GuiProgramming To tell you how it works...I'd have to post something you could try offline; but the packages at the link I kindof expect to have demo shots.
I took a shot at building Kivy* but my system's missing a dependency. Here, apparently you can download Kivy Launcher, install, and then just run sample Python scripts from the second link: https://kivy.org/docs/guide/packaging-android.html https://github.com/kivy/kivy/wiki#mobiles It looks kind to beginners, with a guide for Android deployment here: https://kivy.org/docs/guide/android.html * I'd have to uninstall several essential apps to install the Launcher so I hope the links help.
TKinter is ok, but it feels forced. if your goal is GUI applications, Try java. Python is great for utility and backend stuff. not so much front end
OK thank you Please do post an example
I tried tkinter created my first window and label. Easy. I will post some code tonight