Google Launches Android Experiments To Showcase Developers’ Trippy Projects
Google has introduced Android Experiments, a site dedicated to encouraging and showcasing projects built through its mobile-linked platform.
According to The Next Web, the experiments featured in the gallery are submitted to Google and are meant to celebrate the creative, experimental work of Android developers everywhere and inspire more developers to get creative with technology and code. It is also inviting developers to submit projects. They can submit any project they think showcases a unique and smart use for Android.
Google said that it is searching for experiments that push the boundaries of what is possible on Android and requirements are listed on the project submission page. A small team of Google engineers will review all submissions.
Currently there are just 20 projects available on the site built on platforms like the Android SDK, NDK, Android Wear, IOIO board, Cinder and Unity.
All of the experiments featured on the website will be open source, with code made available on GitHub. Additionally, all apps will be made available for download on Google Play.