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Latest Android Experiments Include a Home Screen Arcade, Animal Detection, and More

We generally see new Android Experiments sprinkled in throughout the year, but with Google I/O coming up there was a wave of projects that the company just made public on their landing page. For those unaware, Android Experiments is a way for Google to document and showcase some creative and open source projects that utilize...

Latest Android Experiment Turns Your Android Device into a 3D Mouse

We've talked about a number of applications that Google has highlighted with its Android Experiment program. This gives Google a way to showcase open source Android applications to the world that are more of a proof of concept than a full-fledged application. It has resulted in projects like the Paper Planes, Sprayscape, Eating Time, and Marclay...

Marclay Displays Landscape Videos Behind Your Notifications on Android TV

Android Experiments is Google's way of highlighting applications that have interesting and unique features. We've seen projects like a VR-style camera using just the hardware in your smartphone, a project to lock people out of their phones so you can enjoy a family meal in peace, and even a tic-tac-toe game that used a 3x3x3 cube...

Android Experiments: Eating Time App Prevents Users From Using Their Phones During Meals

Google's Android Experiments projects are always fun to try out. Google launched Android Experiments last year to let developers showcase their innovative and inspiring projects built using for Android. The program allows anyone submit their project irrespective of their skill level as long as it's on Android. The criteria here is to get creative with technology. Approved...

Sprayscape: A Perfectly Imperfect VR-ish Camera From the Android Experiments Project

Google's Android Experiments project is a way for developers to create interesting and unique smartphone apps. Once approved, the app goes live on the Play Store, gets featured on Google's Android Experiments website, and has its code open-sourced and published on GitHub. You can think of it as a proof of concept that Google encourages...

Google Welcomes Devs’ Android Experiments: Innovation Through Android

To celebrate this very spirit of creativity and free thinking, Google has launched Android Experiments: a site showcasing innovative and inspiring projects on Android, one of the world's most popular open and flexible platforms.As outlined in their blog post announcement, the starting 20 initial "experiments" demonstrate a broad range of works which make use of...