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About the Course

What you’ll achieve: In this project-centered course*, you’ll design, build, and distribute your own unique application for the Android mobile platform. We’ll provide you with a set of customizable building blocks that you can assemble to create many different types of apps, and that will help you become familiar with many important specificities of Android development. When you complete the project, in addition to having a personalized app that you can use and share, you’ll have the skills and background you need to move on to more advanced coursework in Android development. What you’ll need to get started: This project-centered course is designed for learners who have some prior experience programming in Java, such as an introductory college course or Coursera’s Java Programming Specialization ( You will need a computer with a stable Internet connection, but you will not need an Android phone - we’ll use free software that you can use to emulate a phone on your computer. We'll use Android Studio as IDE; it is compatible with most computer and operating systems. You can find detailed system requirements here: *About Project-Centered Courses: Project-centered courses are designed to help you complete a personally meaningful real-world project, with your instructor and a community of learners with similar goals providing guidance and suggestions along the way. By actively applying new concepts as you learn, you’ll master the course content more efficiently; you’ll also get a head start on using the skills you gain to make positive changes in your life and career. When you complete the course, you’ll have a finished project that you’ll be proud to use and share. Time: 10 hours of study, 10 hours of active project work...

Top reviews


Jul 31, 2017

Very useful course! Answers all my questions, helps a lot to understand the whole process of mobile development! THANK YOU for the opportunity to gain valuable skills in such an easy way of study!


Apr 18, 2016

I very much enjoyed this course. It gave a great introduction to Android programming for those who don't know any android programming to start with. I recommend this course as a place to start.

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By Chavonn

May 25, 2020

I feel that the course is a bit outdated, although it is informative, and helpful.

By Lovelesh C

Oct 14, 2019

Course could be updated as on many instances it used outdated version of software

By Barot B B

Jun 8, 2020

need to update the video because the software used in the video is pretty old

By dipu s

Aug 8, 2020

Actually Not Interesting and after some failiures its demotivate us

By Ramazan D

Jun 4, 2017

It was a good start into developing amdroid apps. thanks for all.

By Faizan H

Apr 28, 2020

It's a good option to revise the basics of Android Development.

By Er S j

Jul 30, 2017

good but English language must be more clear to understand

By Soham B

Apr 23, 2020

It's an outdated course compared to today's standards...

By enrico s

Oct 30, 2017

Techinical introduction for being a front-end developer.

By Phutanate P

May 26, 2020

should update the version of resources

By Shantanu B

May 13, 2020

The instructors voice is not clear!!

By Devansh T

May 5, 2020

nicce coarse

#1st course on corsera.

By Guillermo L

Jun 20, 2017

Good mooc for a first android app

By balajireddy d

Apr 16, 2020

Need more conceptual learning..

By Shivam K

Aug 12, 2018

The teaching is not so good.

By Dhananjay S

Jul 11, 2021

good course for begineers

By Elio A O

Jun 13, 2020

No era lo que esperaba

By Vasilis T

Apr 5, 2020

2015 version


May 12, 2020

Good course

By Sunil B B

Apr 25, 2020

Nice Cource

By Sathish K

Jul 5, 2020


By Aparna N K

May 3, 2020

Nice app

By Jorge L M G

Jul 5, 2020


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Jul 23, 2018


By David S

Jul 3, 2020

The feedback and grading systems are silly. Nobody follows the instructions in their submissions; no one seemed to give serious thought to the feedback they gave to others. The assignments are busywork. The first week is pretty obvious material, and everything is verbose. The videos in week 2 would be better but are sadly outdated, so a lot of things are now different with Android studio, e.g. it uses by default Kotlin instead of Java. Not very practical of a course, but a nice thought, and I'm sure it was good when it came out. Classes like this should be listed by date, honestly. You'll have better luck using YouTube for something like this.