The latest setup of Android SDK tool have been released and free downloading links are available for download. Now the Android SDK allows versatile programming designers to play around with the new stage. It contains all that you have to begin building applications, and in addition a completely utilitarian gadget emulator for testing them out when you've wrapped up. Indeed, even non-engineers can experiment with the emulator, as it's anything but difficult to set up and run (it takes a while to load up, as you may already know). There is a decision of telephone skins and resolutions to tinker with as well. In the wake of fiddling around for a bit with the OS I must say I'm really awed. Its incorporation with Google Maps is consistent and just shows to highlight the potential for improvement of applications that obscure the limits in the middle of telephone and online programming. However Installing programming onto the emulator isn't simple and you have to fiddle around with code so as to do as such. Despite the fact that, there's a lot of documentation accessible online to offer you some assistance with getting the most from the SDK, this is still truly just something versatile designers will get much use out of, as opposed to simply those inquisitive about how Android applications will look.