Deal: 90% off an Android development course that shows how to make 10 complete Android apps


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Another great deal on an Android development course is on tap from This collection of lectures — totaling more than 11 hours of instruction — normally costs $200, but today’s deal brings it down to $19. That’s a 90% discount, and one you should definitely take advantage of if you’re looking to get into Android development.

The course is unique in that it not only teaches you the fundamentals of Android development, but by the end of it all you will have developed 10 practical, full Android apps. That ought to be enough hands-on training to get any budding developer well on their way to creating the app they’ve always wanted.

Who’s it for? Well, the course suggests you should have experience with Java programming and light knowledge and experience with Android APIs. This certainly isn’t a course meant for beginners (you’ll want something like this if that’s what you consider yourself to be), but for any lightly seasoned coder it should be enough to get well acquainted with all of Android’s powerful tools and features. Here’s everything you’re set to get for your money:

  • 59 lectures featuring 11+ hours of content
  • Build 10 real, working Android Apps
  • Learn about the technologies & APIs that are core to Android development
  • Get experience using Android Studio and Eclipse ADT
  • Includes royalty free source codes
  • Receive a Certificate of Completion

Not a bad way to spend $19 for a hobby that could potentially earn you much more. Head to to take advantage, and be quick because there are only 7 days left on this great deal.


Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Bought it. The speaker is so borrrrring.

  2. The first dozen videos have horrible horrible sound.. like it’s recorded off a $4 microphone. Plus the guy has a very monotone and soft voice, and talks slow. Why would you do this to us phandroid.. come on. :/

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