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So I have seen all these forms about how to make apps and stuff. I am just starting off but am interested in creating apps. I have tried downloading eclipse and android development studio but my computer can't handle it. So is there any way of creating apps on your android device?

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So I have seen all these forms about how to make apps and stuff. I am just starting off but am interested in creating apps. I have tried downloading eclipse and android development studio but my computer can't handle it. So is there any way of creating apps on your android device?

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Yes! AIDE, get it on Google Play. Have FUN!
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Yes! AIDE, get it on Google Play. Have FUN!
Awesome. well i will try it and let you know
 
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ok so i downloaded it, thanks for the help.....next step is learning what to do:/
 
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ok so i downloaded it, thanks for the help.....next step is learning what to do:/
shouldn't take you long..there are a lot of good guides out there
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shouldn't take you long..there are a lot of good guides out there
thanks. do you know of any that are good?
 
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thanks. do you know of any that are good?
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1753131
search/explore the forum next time, there are many good guides out there..
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Just like mentioned before ...
AIDE is a perfect way to learn and make apps for Android OS
Try the first lessons for free and then you buy it for one year !
 
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Eclipse and sdk would have been a better way to start. You can also download the sdk and download the sample apps. It helps a lot even for more advanced users.

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