Google offers classes on making Android apps | Inquirer Technology

Google offers classes on making Android apps

/ 02:28 PM June 27, 2016

Google offers to teach coding beginners how to make simple Android apps for free for seven days. Image

Making an app isn’t easy. If it was, then everyone could make his or her own and developers would be out of the job. And that’s why Google is offering to teach complete beginners how to make apps for free for seven days.

Through Udacity, Google is offering a seven-day trial for Android Basics, Engadget reported. Its very own experts will conduct lessons on writing simple Android apps for individuals who have zero coding knowledge.


After the trial, learners will be prompted if they want to continue and sign up for the full course. However, Google is also offering a scholarship for a mini-degree to the first 50 people who can complete the basic course. Alfred Bayle

TOPICS: Android, Apps, coding, Google, scholarship
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