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HI,
 
Can you please Suggest me, Which is the best and easy IDE for Developing Android Apps.
 

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Dileep
Posted 1-Sep-12 20:43pm
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Solution 1

Why not try finding out from the obvious place[^]?
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Mehdi Gholam at 2-Sep-12 3:07am
   
daaaaa! :) 5'ed
Richard Riley at 16-Jan-14 8:57am
   
How negative and unhelpful. How is referring to Google resources in any way whatsoever independent or subjective.
Richard MacCutchan at 16-Jan-14 9:23am
   
Well you obviously did not follow my link. Nor did you notice that the questioner has accepted my suggestion as a valid solution.
Richard Riley at 16-Jan-14 9:28am
   
Actually I did. And dont particularly want to get into a ping pong match about it. Try clicking on your link and see how helpful it is in relation to the Q : hint - it isnt. And the "thanks dude" is quite normal from a noob to a forum bully. There are many "obvious places" but the Q was asked here.
Richard MacCutchan at 16-Jan-14 9:31am
   
What on earth are you talking about?
dilzz at 2-Sep-12 3:56am
   
Thanks Dude..
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Solution 2

I think it is Eclipse...because i feel comfortable to code in Eclipse while developing application in android.It has many user friendly options or easy to access different options.you can see from here..
http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2010/10/25/get-started-developing-for-android-with-eclipse/[^]
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dilzz at 2-Sep-12 3:56am
   
Thanks Dude..
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Solution 3

Definitely Eclipse because they also provide a plugin for eclipse that makes it easy to use the android sdk tools from your ide. Start here with their beginner tutorial: http://developer.android.com/training/index.html[^]
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Solution 4

Check out Intellij IDEA. It's a little more work to get started than when using Eclipse, but their tutorial will walk you through it and the end result is an IDE many times faster, more intelligent, and just plain nicer to use than Eclipse.
 
I'd also recommend using the Google Support Library (preferably in conjunction with ActionBarSherlock) - it'll let you use 4.x features such as fragments and loaders whilst targeting 2.x devices.
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Solution 6

Well recently we compared the same on our blog and compared Eclipse vs IntelliJ. You can find the comparison here[^].
 
Also, you can kick-start learning Online[^].
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Solution 5

Eclipse ADT for the time being as they are improving Android Studio. However, def jumping on the Android Studio band-wagon once it's good enough as daily driver
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