Have an awesome app idea for Android that you would like to show off? Google has launched a platform for users around the world to do just that – say hello to Android Experiments.
Yesterday, Google Creative Lab launched several new apps onto the Play Store – Lip Swap, Landmarker and Tunnel Vision. The apps are not available for Malaysian users, but it looks like they are part of a bigger project called Android Experiments. Android Experiment encourages developers to make use of all that Android has got to offer, and push the limits of what’s possible be it on phones, tablets, watches and beyond. It’s open source, which means that anyone can see how these apps are made, and hopefully, get inspired to make their own.
It doesn’t matter if you’re just a beginner, Google says that all kinds of apps are welcome regardless of the skill level. On top of the three apps by Google Creative Lab, there are also a handful of other apps submitted by other users such as Kintsukuroi – an artistic app that lets you piece together broken objects, Inkspace – an experimental drawing tool that uses accelerometer on an Android device to give a three-dimensional effect to hand-drawn images, and more. There are also experimental apps for Android Wear, and even the IOIO Rover, a RC4WD Robot controlled with two Android devices.
Check out Android Experiments now for more information and to submit your ideas.