While most of us were enjoying our relaxing summer vacations, our developer Nate was hard at work porting our Backyard Brains mobile application to the Android platform. We have just released our first version to the Android Market, and Yes! it’s a free download. We are happy to now add the android phones to our growing list of supported devices for Backyard Brains data analysis.
For those that are interested in helping out in the future development of application or just interested in learning JAVA, we have released the source code under the GNU General Public License (GPL) license. You can get access to all of our source code on Github: https://github.com/BackyardBrains/Backyard-Brains-Android-App.
This is an early release (0.1b), so it only provides limited capabilities for now. But it does the most important thing. It allows you to see Spikes on the Android! See photo below, (that’s Nate’s hand). Watch for updates in the Market Place, as we will soon be adding more functionality.
Don’t forget to install our application from https://market.android.com/details?id=com.backyardbrains. Happy spikes!