Google's 'Android Nanodegree' is a six-month course to teach Android development

Announced at Google I/O today, Google is partnering with Udacity to create an Android learning course set that will teach you the basics of developing for the platform in just six months. The course is just $200 per month, a steal compared to what you'd pay at a large university, and at the end you'll have a "Nanodegree" in the subject.

Google spent over $4 million to develop the courses, which will walk you through the basics of app development all the way up to integrating with Google's services and the developer console.

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Andrew Martonik

Andrew was an Executive Editor, U.S. at Android Central between 2012 and 2020.