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By Svetlana Lucky
Submitted: May 27 2013 / 11:23

It seems as though there’s no end to Android programming books out there, especially now that the platform has experienced its meteoric rise from new OS entrant to capable and formidable market player. Unfortunately, as a result, many good books get lost in the shuffle – when looking for a new book you’re likely to encounter a whole suite of them – some relevant and some, not. This trend applies even to specialized niches within Android, where books are put on the market quickly to capitalize on new OS versions.
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