Let your Arduino talk with your Android

Zoe RomanoJuly 9th, 2013

7 Responses to “Let your Arduino talk with your Android”

  1. Davinder Singh Says:

    Its kind of bluetooth shield (act as server) on arduino which displays interface on Andee android app(act as client). awesome idea.

  2. Team Annikken Says:

    You can find us at http://www.annikken.com.

  3. Sante Says:

    How is this different/better than Amarino? Seems a bit pricey for it does although I am hugely behind the idea.

  4. Peter L. Berghold Says:

    So… where can one of those shields be purchased? I did a web search for them and it would seem Andee is still vaporware….

  5. Sante Says:

    Click the indiegogo link in the article (line 1). If enough people fund it then they’ll ship sept. Otherwise everyone gets their money back.

  6. Bkteo Says:

    Being a seasoned Android app developer myself, any app from scratch is not hard but nonetheless easy – it takes time, not to mentioned a bluetooth app. For Annikken Andee, it takes things one abstraction level higher where it lets you build customizable screens from coding TOTALLY in the familiar Arduino environment. For the Android side? if you can download apps from Google Play store, you are good to go. A plus point is after you are done with your project, another guy can connect to your Arduino program (if you allow it) just by downloading the same app from play store. There is no need to worry about distributing your android app around. All uses the same app, but connect to different Arduino + Andee, you get different application.

  7. BellaLabs Says:

    It’s remarkable to go to see this site and reading the views of all mates on the topic of this post, while I am also eager of getting know-how.

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