AppLab
App Lab 2018
The Microsoft App Lab was a challenging experience that engaged our teens and some advanced younger youth to create original apps for the Android platform. The App Lab expanded upon skills learned by completing projects from the Hour of Code. Many of our participants created simple games or sound board apps and one teen created an app that uses data from the DNR to help identify types of birds.


DOWNLOADS

To use these apps for yourself, you’ll need an Android phone or tablet.
To install, download the app by navigating to this page using your Android device.

    To Install on an Android Device

  1. Go to Menu > Settings > Security > and check Unknown Sources to allow your phone to install apps from sources other than the Google Play Store.
  2. Tap on APK link from this page
  3. Once downloaded, open Downloads and tap on the APK file. Tap YES when prompted.
  4. The App will begin to install

What is an APK?

.APK (Android Package Kit) is a file format used by the Android operating system for distribution and installation of mobile apps.

By downloading and/or installing any of these apps you agree to the following: These apps are presented as-is. These apps may have flaws. These apps were created in a classroom setting and have not been tested for consistency across all platforms or for security.

Members help one another solve complex problems
Members help one another solve complex problems
Cece working through the lessons that will eventually enable her to create her first game
Cece working through the lessons that will eventually enable her to create her first game

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