Intel Developer Blog: Softtalkblog discuss a new space to showcase developers' creations for Android

Promote your app through Share Your App Projects

One of the best things about being a developer is the community support; from getting feedback and guidance through to inspiration and encouragement from your fellow coders. A strong community can also be vital for generating interest in and exposure for your apps.

Intel Developer Zone has therefore created an initiative, called “Share Your App Projects”, with these values in mind.

Through Share Your App Projects, developers have a place to showcase their creations for Android on Intel architecture within the Intel developer community – either projects completed or those still in development. It doesn’t matter if you are an HTML 5, SDK or NDK developer, everyone is welcome and you are free to use any technologies or APIs you want.

By sharing your app, you’ll be able to get feedback from the developer community, gain valuable exposure and possibly be discovered for co-marketing activities.

There are lots of app projects you can browse which have been submitted, and some of the best have already been selected for Editor’s App Picks January 2014. These were chosen for leveraging new technologies, showing developer ingenuity or delivering exceptional user experiences.

So why not submit your app to Share Your App Projects to get support and feedback – you might even see your app showcased in a future Editor’s App Picks!

This blog post is written by Softtalkblog, and is sponsored by the Intel Developer Zone, which helps you to develop, market and sell software and apps for prominent platforms and emerging technologies powered by Intel Architecture.

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