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AIDE - Android IDE - Java, C++ (from Android store)

 
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Hey guys,

I've been looking for a method to continue my Java education journey whilst I'm on holiday, well, visiting family abroad... and I came across AIDE (from the Android store https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aide.ui&hl=en_GB).

I've tried it out and I like it, it also focuses on Android app development which does interest me, so this could be a nice tool to use.

The only problem is that the IDE is subscription based, £20 a year, which is more than I'm comfortable with (I hate subscriptions!).

Does anyone use it and is it good? What alternatives would you suggest?

Thanks!
 
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There is always the ADT bundle plug-in for Eclipse. Or if you prefer a stand-alone IDE, there is the pre-configured Eclipse ADT/Android SDK bundled IDE.

http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html

It's available for Linux/Mac/Windows.
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