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Glide–Android Media Management »

Glide is a fast and efficient open source media management framework for Android that wraps media decoding, memory and disk caching, and resource pooling into a simple and easy to use interface. Glide supports fetching, decoding, and displaying video stills, images, and animated GIFs. Glide includes a flexible api that allows developers to plug in [...]

Open Source Android Spy Camera »

Spy Camera OS is open source Android spy camera project. Features: – Small size application – Minimize to background – Support Back/front camera – HD/All image capture resolution – Burst shot – Auto shot with delay setting – Face detection auto shot – Auto focus – Black screen (touch to capture) – Hide/custom* folder – [...]

Open Source Android WebSocket Library »

  AndroidAsync AndroidAsync is a low level network protocol library. If you are looking for an easy to use, higher level, Android aware, http request library, check out Ion (it is built on top of AndroidAsync). The typical Android app developer would probably be more interested in Ion. But if you’re looking for a raw [...]

Open Source Android Audio Library »

Patchfield is an audio infrastructure for Android that provides a simple, callback-driven API for implementing audio modules (such as synthesizers and effects), a graph-based API for connecting audio modules, plus support for inter-app audio routing. It is inspired by JACK, the JACK audio connection kit. Patchfield consists of a remote or local service that acts [...]

Android: Computer Vision Library »

OpenCV4Android OpenCv4Android is available as a SDK with a set of samples and Javadoc documentation for OpenCV Java API. It also contains prebuilt apk-files, which you can run on your device instantly. There are three OpenCV tutorials aimed to help you start: “Introduction into Android Development” would be useful for the absolute beginner, because it [...]

RoboGuice – Google Guice on Android »

RoboGuice 2 smoothes out some of the wrinkles in your Android development experience and makes things simple and fun. Do you always forget to check for null when you getIntent().getExtras()? RoboGuice 2 will help you. Think casting findViewById() to a TextView shouldn’t be necessary? RoboGuice 2 is on it. RoboGuice 2 takes the guesswork out [...]

Android OCR Library »

tess-two is  a fork of Tesseract Tools for Android (tesseract-android-tools) that adds some additional functions. Tesseract Tools for Android is a set of Android APIs and build files for the Tesseract OCR and Leptonica image processing libraries. This project works with Tesseract v3.02.02. The required source code for Tesseract 3.02.02 and Leptonica 1.69 is included [...]

Open Source Android Web Server »

i-jetty i-jetty is a port of the popular Jetty open-source web container to run on the Android mobile device platform.Having a "personal" webserver on your phone opens up a world of possibilities, letting you run your favourite existing webapps in your mobile environment. Moreover, as webapps developed for i-jetty have access to the Android API, [...]

Open Source Internet Phone »

Linphone is an internet phone or Voice Over IP phone (VoIP). With linphone you can communicate freely with people over the internet, with voice, video, and text instant messaging. Linphone makes use of the SIP protocol , an open standard for internet telephony. You can use Linphone with any SIP VoIP operator, including our free [...]

Android Network Spoofer »

Network Spoofer lets you change websites on other people’s computers – from your phone. Network Spoofer runs on Android devices with the following requirements: Which are rooted (‘su’). Have an SD card (or internal storage) with >450MB spare space. Which has Wifi The first can be obtained by using a custom firmware such as CyanogenMod. [...]

Android DASH from Sony Ericsson »

DASH is a Dynamic Android Sensor HAL. This sensor HAL implementation makes it possible to use one generic piece of code to satisfy multiple product requirements. By adding the possibility to enable sensors at compile-time it’s simply a matter of specifying which sensors the product uses. The implementation also adds support for configuring the sensors [...]

Android Meets Arduino »

Amarino is a toolkit, basically consisting of an Android application and an Arduino library which will help you to interface with your phone in a new dimension. You can build your own interfaces almost without any programming experience. Cell phones are great for communication in a virtual manner, but lack expressiveness in personal surroundings. Many [...]

Open Source Game Engine »

LibGDX is a cross-platform 2D and 3D game development framework written in Java/C/C++. It’s free for commercial and non-commercial use, pretty powerful and lots of fun to work with! Cross-platform development for Windows, Linux, OSX and Android.(32- and 64-bit where available) Multiple backends based on Jogl, LWJGL, Angle (NVIDIA 3D Vision) and the Android APIs. [...]

Android IDE on Android »

AIDE is an integrated development environment (IDE) for developing real Android Apps directly on Android devices. AIDE supports the full edit-compile-run cycle: write code with the feature rich editor offering advanced features like code completion, real-time error checking, refactoring and smart code navigation, and run your App with a single click. AIDE will turn your [...]

Benchmarking for Android »

The AndEBench™ benchmark provides a standardized, industry-accepted method of evaluating Android platform performance     Targets smartphones, portable gaming devices, set-top boxes, or anywhere Android is employed. Compatible with development platforms and finished commercial devices Free download in the Android market and at the Amazon Appstore for Android Easy to run – just the push [...]

Android Design Guidelines »

Here is the Android design guidelines from Google http://developer.android.com/design/index.html The place to learn about principles, building blocks, and patterns for creating world-class Android user interfaces. Whether you’re a UI professional or a developer playing that role, these docs show you how to make good design decisions, big and small.

Android: Control Your Phone Remotely »

Using Webkey you can control your phone from any browser. It requires a rooted Android phone. You can click and type on the phone (we inject touch events to the touch device and create a new HID for typing), get screenshots (copied from the framebuffer device) in jpeg and png, record images in sequence start [...]

Android Web Server »

PAW server is a web server for Android. Server Features HTTP Web Server Host your own web pages Create web pages with dynamic content and use the Android API Proxy Server (HTTP/HTTPS) Automatic startup on boot Web App Features Shows syste information (like battery status etc.) Call Log SMS Inbox/Outbox Send SMS Dial a number [...]

androidscreencast »

androidscreencast is a desktop app to control an android device remotely using mouse and keyboard. Should work on Windows/Linux/MacOS with any android device.

Remote Control Your Computer With Your Phone »

RemoteDroid turns your phone into a wireless keyboard and mouse with touchpad, using your own wireless network. It’s a free application for phones running Google’s Android operating system, such as the Droid (Verizon Wireless) and the G1 (T-Mobile). Touch-screen mouse control Two onscreen mouse buttons, with right-click/control-click functionality Use in either portrait or landscape mode [...]