MathTerms now available on Google play store

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I *finally* finished my port of MathTerms for “generic” Android devices. I had previously done specific implementations for Amazon Kindle Fire and B&N Nook but now have a version for Android tablets and high-resolution smart phones. I reworked the layout code to detect screen resolution and orientation — to provide better layout and legibility. I also updated a few definitions based upon user feedback

Please check it out and download from Google play.

MathTerms for Nook – on the way

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Barnes and Noble is preparing an educational apps initiative.  Seemed like a good time to make sure MathTerms works well on the Nook.  I’ve done a bit of updating to the UI and fixed a couple of minor layout issues.  Should be submitted for the Nook Storefront very soon…

MathTerms for the Nook

MathTerms coming along for Kindle Fire

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MathTerms on Kindle Fire

I’ve been making good progress on porting MathTerms to the Android OS with the goal of running on Amazon’s new Kindle Fire device.  It should also be able to run on the Nook when done — I hope 😉  I have most of the logic and user interface implemented.  Here are a couple of screen shots of the Android emulator running the latest.

Another screenshot can be found after the break…

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MathTerms on Kindle Fire?

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MathTerms was written using Appcelerator Titanium so that I could deploy on iOS devices or Android devices.  It does need substantial screen real estate, however, to see graphics and text — i.e. is really designed for tablets.

Amazon has finally announced the Kindle Fire.  I am in the process of porting to Android.  As Amazon hasn’t disclosed too much info to developers at this point, I can’t be sure of Android version and API level.  This should be disclosed in the next week or two.

Of course, this does not mean Amazon will accept the app into their app store!  I *will* submit as soon as possible — and we’ll see 😉