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The first and foremost thing to check is their coding skills and previous projects in Java and OOPS. Moreover, if the developer is proficient in Kotlin as well, then it’s a bonus.
They also need to be familiar with the ins and outs of Android Studio, which is the base platform where the core development happens.
Apart from that, good Android developers are also knowledgeable about databases, XML, usage of APIs, Android SDK, and much more.
An Android Developer is quite different from an iOS Developer, and it’s suggested to use two distinctive developers for the task.
While an Android developer needs to be an expert in Java, Kotlin, and Object Oriented models, an iOS developer must be handy with Swift.
Additionally, an Android developer does not require any special hardware, unlike the case of an iOS developer who only needs to work on a Mac device due to the unavailability of SDK.
Anyone listed on our platform has been through a very vigilant screening process.
From checking their background in their said skills to their practical knowledge, everything is tested through a series of rigorous tests designed by our experts.
When you hire someone remotely with TechAhead, we ensure that you keep coming back for more.
Currently, we help you hire remote assistance for full-time and contract-based employees only.
On a general note, it takes between 03-05 days to complete the hiring process of an Android Developer with the help of TechAhead’s platform.
In a highly unlikely scenario, in case the work delivered by our front-end developers is not up to the mark, then we will intervene, and sort out the issues. In case you are still not satisfied, we will replace the candidate for your project, and ensure timely delivery of the mobile app/website.
Android covers approximately 85%-90% of the mobile operating system market, which is why it is the de facto standard for app development.
There are more than 2.65 million apps currently as of 2022, and possibilities are that the number will double itself in the next 05 years.
Android 12 or Snow Cone is the latest Android operating system build. All the devices launched after October 4, 2021, probably support the same Android version.
But while building applications, we must ensure they are backward compatible because most of the Android market is filled with Android 11 and Android ten devices, not the latest ones.
Generally, a Java Developer with knowledge of OOPS can easily venture into Android Development. But in May 2017, Android officially switched to Kotlin, the preferred language for developing Android applications.
Google bought Android Inc. for a whopping $50 million back in 2005. Interestingly, industry giants like Nokia and Samsung made fun of the project.
Moreover, Samsung was the first choice for the buyout of Android Inc., but they disliked the idea and passed on it. Which was then presented to Google, and the rest is history.
Unlike other operating systems, such as iOS, Android gives its users full command over the software. If you’re familiar with coding or technical stuff, it won’t even take a week before you can unlock your Android device to its full potential via rooting.
Additionally, it provides an open medium for developers who can create their operating systems, tweak existing ones and play around with the code legally.
This helps evolve the software ahead of its time as the world is now a contributor instead of a room full of talented developers.
It’s a subjective question and differs from individual to individual. Now, if you’re someone who wants to juice out the maximum performance from a device and wants to explore, Android gives you that leverage.
If you need an ultra-clean, stable, rich experience, then iOS is for you. But there’s a heavy cost barrier when choosing iOS, making it much less affordable to the common folk.