Samsung Announces Specialized Android Developer Support
May 16, 2011, 9:11 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Samsung today announced the Samsung Android Developer Forum, which will serve developers targeting Samsung's Android-based devices. The Android forum will be part of Samsung's larger developer support organization. In particular, the Samsung Android Developer Forum will provide development tools, including SDK plug-ins to assist with augmented reality or location based services, so developers can get their apps/services to market as quickly as possible. Samsung will also offer a theme tool, sensor simulator and a test lab so developers can test their applications on devices remotely. Developers are encouraged to explore Samsung's new developer forum.
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