As part of our Android History series, we jumped into a Hangout on Air with a couple of developers who have been creating things for Android from very nearly the beginning of the platform. Apps are an enormous part of what makes Android so popular, and the way users interact with developers and their creations has changed dramatically from the early days of Android. To get a good sense...
In the final part of our 8-part History of Android series (for now), we see how Google transformed into Alphabet, Android pushed forth mobile photography, and how a flurry of upstarts changed the game in the mid-range.
Momentum had been building behind Android throughout its first year on the market. But it wasn't until 2010 that things really took off. Relive the year in which Android made it big, in the third part of our Android History series.
As the first Android phones started to trickle out, led by the T-Mobile-branded, HTC-made, Google-backed G1, the first clues were starting to appear that Android was going to be a very big deal indeed. In the second part of our Android History series, we'll find out all about Android's early days.
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Welcome to a new eight-part series on Android Central charting the history of Google's OS — from the early days of Danger, Android, Inc. and Andy Rubin, right through to the present day. Look for new installments every Wednesday!