Google previously introduced the App Inventor that allowed folks to create Android apps without having to write code, which might be a cool idea to get non-technical folks interested in coming up with apps for the Android platform. It was previously launched as part of a closed beta project and now Google has opened the doors and made it available to everyone. The project itself is still currently in beta, so it’s likely to be continuously updated. Check out a video demonstration of App Inventor in action after the jump.
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