Android App Development  5 hours

After using android phone and applications have you ever been like “I wish I could make one such application myself”? Don’t worry we have got you covered with our Android Development course. With this course, we aim to guide you in the friendliest way possible just like your friends helping you cover important topics a night before
an exam.

Chapter 1 : Introduction

During this part, we will guide you through the basics such as how to download & install Android Studio, followed by learning how to add text fields, buttons & images. We will also learn how to show pop up


Chapter 2 : Media & Animation

With this part we will learn how to add and access media files such as audio & video files. Along with them, animations & splash screen will also be covered in this part.

1hr. 10min.

Chapter 3 : Advanced Features

This section is a big one, it will be covering, features such as timers, alert messages, different types of views & layouts, data transfer between activities, how to make a proper user signup & login page and lastly
how to process JSON data.

2hrs. 27min.

Chapter 4 : Accessing Web Content & Geolocation

This section is short and concise; with this section we will guide you through how to access content from the internet and how to add maps & access location as well.

2hrs 1min.

Chapter 5 : Permanent Data Storage

By the end of this part we will learn how to store data permanently in databases and how to access them later.

1hr. 35min.

Chapter 6 : Bluetooth Application & Extras

This section is a mix-up of many different features such as how to access Bluetooth in our application, how to change icons, how to add more fonts and much more.

1hr. 35min.

Chapter 7 : Instagram Clone

In this final section we will be making a clone of Instagram application.

1hr. 35min.

Hardik Trivedi


’m a final year computer science engineering student who tends to focus on
practical knowledge instead of on theoretical notes. Having worked on several
internships and freelance projects I’ll help you develop android applications focusing
on real-life problems.

Neha Jhakal


As final year computer science student, I’ll guide you to learn and make android
applications with the simplest approaches. I’ll help you understand why we use
certain methods and procedures over other and many more such theoretical

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