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M Winther wrote on 2012-12-31 UTC
Indeed, Game Courier runs on Android. It would be neat if one didn't have to scroll every time when making a new move, because the board doesn't fit in the window. 
I am curious how much money the Android app developers earn, when selling their programs on play.google.com and elsewhere. The apps are cheap, but sometimes there are half a million downloads, because Android is so widely used. Many of the apps have glitches that are very, very frustrating. It is not possible to download a decent painting program, for instance. If it's possible to earn some money, it could motivate that one learns Android programming. /Mats

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