Android Developer Survey Needs Your Input
Android Developer Survey Needs Your Input
Written by Lucy Black   
Wednesday, 12 December 2012

If you are involved in developing Android Apps, Google would really welcome feedback for its 2012 Android Developer Survey. It closes on 16 December so don't delay.

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The Android Developer Survey should take you less than 15 minutes to complete. it has three sections:

  • Coding
  • Product Management
  • App Distribution

and it has been designed so that it won't bother you with irrelevant questions as it automatically skips sections you say you are not involved with.

 

According to the Android Developers blog, the idea behind the survey is to better understand the challenges developers face when planning, designing, writing, and distributing Android apps, with the aim of creating better tools and resources. 

It also says:

  • To keep the survey short and simple, there are no sections for general comments. That's because we want to hear your thoughts, questions, suggestions, and complaints all year. If there's anything you'd like to share with us, you can let us know by posting to us (publicly or privately) on Google+ at +Android Developers or using the hash tag #AndroidDev.

The blog post is confused about the deadline. It states:

We'll be closing this year's survey this Sunday (December 17th) at 12pm Pacific Time, so be sure to get your responses in before then.

Sunday is December 16th so to be on the safe side do it right now!

 

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