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In 2021, Android App Development Is Best Learnt Through Online Training

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From keypad devices to advanced OLED displays, mobile phones have evolved tremendously. Customers’ demands are leading to advancement in existing mobile technologies like e-commerce and mobile payment and incorporating new ones like AI, e-sim, wireless charging, augmented reality, and a lot more. Our growing desire for app synced smart homes and wearables is evidence of how much we have been relying on our smartphones lately. As technology and our needs are expected to grow at faster rates, the need for better, optimizable, and personalized apps would grow parallelly.

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Android app developers will be in high demand to bring forth new apps to our fingertips.

Why Apps?

Imagine a radio channel with no songs, a TV without a cable connection, and a mobile phone with no apps! Mobile applications are designed with a purpose to ensure that the customers’ expectations and requirements are met regularly whether it is ordering food, booking tickets, watching movies, learning, banking, or simply communicating. Applications have brought all these facilities right at our fingertips, and all of this is possible because of app developers.

The Need For Android App Developers

An Android app developer is a software expert who creates, tests, and programs applications to function on Android phones and tablets. Every brand application aims to solve a problem and provide the customers with a relevant solution. Android is the most popular operating system for phones today and therefore, it has a huge scope for growth and development. Using the open-source code, Android app developers collaborate with different teams to ideate, design, and innovate new features, build advanced applications, fix bugs and improve the app performance, and continuously work on new updates to ensure development efficiency.

Learning Android App Development Through E-Learning

Preeti Rana was pursuing B.Tech in Computer Science from the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun. Preeti spent her summer vacation enjoying herself with family and later realized that each one of her friends did some certified training. As her college started, she knew that joining offline training would not be manageable for her. So, instead of wasting more time, she joined an online Android app development training.

Initially, Preeti was anxious about managing her college and training simultaneously. She was doubtful about being able to understand the concepts as Android was a completely new thing for her. However, as she continued with the training, the notes in easily understandable language, well-explained concepts, and division of training into multiple modules helped her strengthen her command over the training. She completed one module each week and was able to complete her training with 85% marks at the end of the month.  Just with some extra efforts, and at very affordable rates, Preeti was able to learn a new skill while managing her regular schedule.

Online learning has emerged as one of the most convenient ways of learning. Just like Preeti, enrolling in an online Android app development course comes with multiple benefits for every student, such as —

  • Affordability – Affordable learning as students only pay for the training once. Unlike offline training, the cost for commuting to the classroom, using equipment, buying books, etc., does not apply in online training.
  • Convenience – The convenience of learning anytime, anywhere. Whether students enjoy studying in their room, in a cafe, or a park, they can comfortably choose the time and place to take the training.
  • Expert support – In online training, students can stay connected with experts through forum support. They just have to post their queries in the forum and they will get answered within 24 hours.
  • Practical exposure – Multiple assignments, assessment tests, code challenges, quizzes, and exercises help students in such training by strengthening their command over the practical concepts of the subject.
  • Real-world project – At the end of the Android app development training, students get to deploy their newly learned skills practically. They work on a problem statement and create their own app. This enhances their overall understanding of the subject and adds weight to their resume.
  • Pre-placement assistance – After completion of the training, complementary pre-placement training helps the students further to find an internship or a job in the future.
  • Certificate – Students, after completing all the modules and final tests with minimum-required marks get a certificate. It also mentions a unique number that can be used by your college authority or future employer to verify your certification.
  • Skills required and career opportunities for Android app developers

Android app development has become one of the most lucrative technical fields to work in. As per Internshala’s data, the average stipend for Android app development internships is INR. 13,000 per month. Individuals aiming to make their careers in the same are expected to have multiple technical and non-technical skills such as knowledge of programming technologies and tools like Android studio, SDKs, and database, communication, documentation, project management, and research and analysis skills. Beginners with little to no technical knowledge can also develop these skills through online Android app development training.

After developing the required skill-set, students can find high-paying career opportunities and can work as a mobile app developer, UI developer, Android development engineer, associate Android developer, lead Android engineer, or Android OS engineer, development engineer – Android, GUI designer, application programmer.

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