May 6, 2010 in iOS Development (E)
[prMac.com] Mumbai, India - After a highly successful launch of their iPhone Training Program, EDUmobile has launched their Android Development Online Course. The course teaches Android development from start to finish over a 10 week period. All candidates of the iPhone Course can avail of an immediate 20% off discount by using the MACDEV coupon code.
Android development is easier to jump on to given the fact that it is Java based platform and that developers do not have to purchase an expensive iPhone or a separate Mac OS and also pay yearly SDK license fees to Apple. The approval process and distribution of Apps via the online Android Market is also more "friendly" than the App Store.
All iPhone developers would find it very profitable for them to learn Android programming so they can easily "port" their Apps over to Android and publish it on the Android Market. They can cash in on a new distribution channel and substantially increase their earnings that are limited to the App store only.
The classes are taught as a combination of various online modules and you get the ability to work on live industry projects, along with an opportunity to be placed in top mobile gaming and mobile application development software companies. A certificate is also offered to all candidates once they complete the course.The Course duration for iPhone developers is estimated to be between 4 to 10 weeks.
EDUmobile is a spin-off independant initiative of Chakra Interactive Pvt Ltd, a company operating in the Wireless Mobile Software Development space for the past 7 years, having worked on wireless projects released by global top tier clients and publishers such as EA Mobile, Hands-on-Mobile, I-Play, Sony Pictures, Disney Mobile and Warner Bros amongst others. EDUmobile provides high quality training in various mobile technologies through Online Video, Interactive one-on-one support, Weekly PDF Manuals and Worksheets and an ongoing Support Forum. Copyright 2009 EDUmobile. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries. Android and the Android logo are registered trademarks of Google Inc in the U.S. and/or other countries.