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The Android applications are created with the Java programming language. The Android SDK is the main tool that provides the software libraries and APIs necessary to start developing applications on the Android platform.
The Android SDK is called a modern rich development environment that includes a device emulator, several tools for debugging, performance profiling, memory and other tools for Eclipse.
Android developers must create the source code using the Java language, that linked with the Google's Java libraries to produce the Android Apps.
Android was built from the ground-up to enable developers to state of the art applications that take full advantage of all the facilities for a mobile device or tablet.
There are thousands of android based operating system in development by companies and enthusiasts colaborating trought the internet around the world.
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