Launched back in July as a closed beta project, Google’s App Inventor is now available to anyone having (or willing to sign up for) a Google account.
App Inventor is an experimental web-based software package that lets you create Android apps without writing a single line of code – the project is still in beta, so it will likely be continuously enhanced.
All you have to do to start making apps is go to Google Labs, login with your Google account and ready your Android handset for syncing (and testing your apps).
I’m not sure you’ll be able to make any truly great applications with Google’s App Inventor, but you can surely try. I know I will – as soon as my new Android 2.2 Froyo smartphone arrives.
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