Think your App is ready for the Tablet prime time? Google’s developer group could teach you how. Register now!

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The Android Developer Relations group at Google are holding a series of Android Developer Labs throughout 2011, problem is they have already started.  Starting today, Google’s experts are trying to teach people how to reach the full potential of their applications and take advantage of the Tablet boom.

Here’s what they had to say on the developer blog:

Android Developer Labs 2011

Posted by Tim Bray on 01 August 2011 at 4:43 PM

We in Android Developer Relations have been cooking up a rather special set of Android Developer Labs (ADLs) for the second half of 2011, and we’re ready to start the ball rolling.

Here’s the schedule. These are one-day events, so in Seattle and New York we’re running it twice for two audiences.

This ADL series isn’t another set of introduction-to-Android sessions, nor any other kind of general overview. It’s specifically aimed at optimizing Android apps for tablets, in particular creating high-quality tablet apps with an emphasis on polish and user-experience.

Registration is a two-step process. Anyone can register, but we can only accommodate a relatively small number of attendees from among the registrants, based on whether they already have an Android app with the potential to be a top-tier tablet app in terms of quality, fit, and finish. The goal is to bring your app to the ADL, and leave equipped to make it into one that makes Android tablet users smile.

Do you think you qualify? Sign up and show us!

Think you have what it takes to participate?  then be sure to hit them up and see what they say!  If you get in, let us know how it goes and maybe you could volunteer to write a Tablet optimized app for AndroidSPIN and CommunityRelease :)

Source: Android Developers Blog

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