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Having recently become a newly minted subsidiary of Alphabet, Google seems to be renewing its focus on its core businesses — Android, Search, and YouTube. In keeping with that, today Google announced Android Experiments, a site dedicated to encouraging and showcasing projects built off the OS.
A counterpart to Google's Chrome Experiments that was launched in 2009, the site is open to everyone. Anyone with the required software chops can submit projects and demos, as long as they meet certain requirements. As stated, all projects must be open source, work on Android 4.4 (KitKat) and higher, and "explore how we interact with our devices, in small and big ways." The submissions will then be reviewed by a developer team at Google, reports V...
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