Programming Android on Android
In the following screenshots, most of them were taken on an Asus Transformer Prime tablet, the "phone" screenshots were taken on a Samsung Galaxy S II.
The start screen of Anjedi. As one would expect from a touch-based application, Anjedi makes extensive use of menus and lists.
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Yeah totally geeked out but this is a requirement of mine. It's why I use a Pocket PC (Professional, WM6.1) and not a Windows Phone. And why i will probably never run iOS. But then it's just Linux so any android device should be able to run gcc or any good java app like say Eclipse. OK you are wondering about the Pocket PC being able to write apps on but, there is a C# IDE, or python or Java (A none standard Java but still Java.)