Development of a Mobile Application for Android Platforms Public

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  • The ability to develop mobile applications for smartphones and tablets is an increasingly valuable skill in today’s labor market. This thesis details the development of the mobile application Drone Drop from beginning to finish. I first describe the background research conducted to learn about programming languages and other tools used by developers. I explain the design process for a simple, yet challenging game. I highlight the general steps for code implementation, including class structuring and troubleshooting. I prepare Drone Drop for publication on the Google Play Marketplace by creating graphics and audio as well as by signing the development file with a secure developer key. Upon completion of this thesis, I have successfully hosted an original application on the global Android marketplace and have received downloads from all over the world. I have tested in-app advertisement through Google AdMob and have completed a trial marketing campaign through Google AdWords. To try Drone Drop, visit https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fmi.game.android on an Android device or search for “Drone Drop” by Island Studios on Google Play.
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