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hi friends i m new to android and want to work on it. But i have no application topic to learn it .Can anybody suggest me topic, which is very good to learn Android. thank you.
 
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It should help
 
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Thinking of an idea is often the best part

I'd suggest that firstly you read the documentation on the android website, to get a feel of how things work.

There are also some tutorials on there that you can follow

After that its up to you, either expand on the tutorials (make improvements etc) or come up with an app that would be useful to you
 
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Thank you buddy.
 
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Some important instructions are listed in the AndroidFaq. Please have a look at it.
 
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