G1 now supported with DeviceAnywhere

G1 now supported with DeviceAnywhere
Are you an aspiring Android developer but do not want to go through the hassle of purchasing an actual G1 phone? Well it seems that the device is now supported with DeviceAnywhere which gives developers the ability to test and monitor applications from anywhere on a computer. There is an actual handset that is connected to a cellular network and users are able to interact with a virtual G1 on their computer. Lots of options are included with DeviceAnywhere such as interacting with the touch screen, QWERTY keyboard, and camera. Now that Google will be releasing paid applications through their App Market, this will increase their ability to expedite development for more applications.

source: DeviceAnywhere via AndroidGuys


1 Comment

1. wkkan

Posts: 2; Member since: Jan 07, 2009

Hopefully, the developers of andriod dun forget the basic functionality of a phone is its user friendliness. Even how complicated a phone can be. its use to make call most of the time. So the contacts is one of the most import thing to think of. I have numerous of cellphone and still like the feature that if the contacts can display all contact numbers like Home, Office, Mobile. etc. Even the organizer and calender I would like to see that it can link with the contacts to remember certain people's anniversary, birthday.etc.

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