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Huteri Manza
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Android Engineer @Astro. huteri.me, Monas Developer
Android Engineer @Astro. huteri.me, Monas Developer

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Simple analog clock with simple design and a feature to have data inside.

https://github.com/huteri/analogclock

Good news! I continue to update this app, please join our beta testing to get the latest version of the app with new expense distribution in statistics. Please do send feedback if you found any bugs or issue

Beta version will be updated with every issue so if you have any issue I can fix it immediately.

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Hi, I'm creating a smart way to split the bills with your friends. The app is smart enough to understand how we're going to split the bills. But I need your feedback and suggestion to make the app better and stable.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.splitfee.app&hl=en
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Hi guys, I need your feedback on my newly created app. It's splitfee. The idea behind this is the app's smart enough to understand how we are going to split the bills.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.splitfee.app
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QA – Ruining your day since forever
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A new blogpost from me, simple tips to handle performance and overdraw.

http://huteri.me/2016/10/06/simple-step-to-track-and-improve-performance-in-android/

Happy weekend!

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The feel of creating something makes me feel that I am in the most creative state that I've ever been. I agree on most parts, and getting excited to create and explore something new.
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Preparing for Multi-Window in Android N
5 Pro-tips by +Ian Lake

Not just one, but five pro-tips today on getting your app prepared for multi-window support on Android N. Find out why it is important to use the right Context, handle configuration changes correctly, handle all orientations, build a responsive UI, and support implicit intents in a multi-window world.

Even better: these are things you can do right now to make for a great experience on day 1 without requiring you compile your app with the Android N SDK.
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