Android is one of fastest growing open source mobile operating system in the world. Started by Google and the open mobile alliance, Android is built on top of the fast and secure Linux kernel and Java as the development platform of choice. Started couple of years with just one phone under it’s belt, today it has over 50+ phones and according to Google IO 2010 over 100,000 android phones are activated (that’s right) everyday. Almost all major phone manufacturers: HTC, Motorola, Samsung and others produce and ship android phones everyday. The devices come in various shapes, sizes and resolutions which gives consumers the choice that fits their life style.
With android being so popular and gaining market share everyday, so are problems and issues. The issues may be due to devices they are running, wireless network, camera, GPS, application specific and the list goes on. Android deserves a dedicated forums or Q&A site to help android users and developers.
AndroidAnswer.com is our attempt to help the android user and developer community. After the re-incarnation of the web as web 2.0, old style forums won’t work anymore. They are often boring and doesn’t provide the functionality or flexibility that is expected from users today. Our users deserves better than that. So, we unveiling Android Forum with all the features of blog, forum, wiki and Q&A under a single platform. We hope you will enjoy the site and it’s features.
Please post and ask your own questions. Help the android community by answering solutions to real world problems and share your expertise. Computing world is changing, it is shifting from the desktop to the mobile world, so please be a part of it and contibute to its growth and success and be a proud partner.
We are always looking for feedback and suggestions, so please feel free to contact us through our feedback form.
Here you can ask and answer questions, comment and vote for the questions of others and their answers. Both questions and answers can be revised and improved. Questions can be tagged with the relevant keywords to simplify future access and organize the accumulated material.
This Q&A site is moderated by its members, hopefully - including yourself! Moderation rights are gradually assigned to the site users based on the accumulated "karma" points. These points are added to the users account when others vote for his/her questions or answers. These points (very) roughly reflect the level of trust of the community.
No points are necessary to ask or answer the questions - so please - join us!
If you would like to find out more about this site - please see the frequently asked questions page.