Google wants to teach Android app developers in Nigeria how to make more money

Google wants to teach Android app developers in Nigeria how to make more money

ENTERPRISE54 – Things just keep getting better for Android developers in Nigeria. Just three months after Google finally permitted local developers in Nigeria and Egypt to publish premium apps on its PlayStore, the Lagos arm of its Google Developer Groups (GDGs) is partnering with Mobile Monday to organize a monetization workshop aimed at teaching Android

ENTERPRISE54 – Things just keep getting better for Android developers in Nigeria. Just three months after Google finally permitted local developers in Nigeria and Egypt to publish premium apps on its PlayStore, the Lagos arm of its Google Developer Groups (GDGs) is partnering with Mobile Monday to organize a monetization workshop aimed at teaching Android developers how to make more money of their works on the PlayStore.

The event, scheduled to take place 5pm to 8pm at the Lagos-based Co-Creation Hub on the 29th of this month, is titled “Android | UI/UX | The UI Challenge“ would host experienced developers including Google Play Team member Tzvika Barenholz and two members of the Konga mobile app development team Zainab and Ikenna.

Also, there would be a user interface Challenge – an avenue for developers to showcase their design skills on CSS3. The winner of the challenge goes home with a brand new Moto 360 smartwatch said to be worth around $300.

The event is free, but prospective attendees are required to first register online here.

With Android leading the African smartphone operating system market, this development presents a great opportunity for local developers and startups to increase revenue generation and compete sustainably on global scale.

Google Developer Groups are for software geeks interested in Google’s developer technology; everything from the Android, Chrome, Drive, and Google Cloud platforms, to product APIs like the Cast API, Maps API, and YouTube API. GDG Lagos is one of the over 500 chapters across the world.

Mobile Monday Nigeria (MoMo Nigeria) is part of the global community of mobile industry visionaries, developers, designers and influential individuals fostering cooperation and cross-border business development through virtual and live networking events to share ideas, best practices and trends from global markets.

 

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