Here is a list of FREE Android applications that can certainly help with your mobile development, especially Android based devices. You may not have heard of most of them but they’re definitely worth checking out! Enjoy!

Here are some previous posts about Android Mobile Development:

1. Android Codepad

Is a simple source code viewer that supports all C-like, Bash-like, and XML-like languages and automatically syntax highlights depending on the file.

2. AndFTP

Is an FTP, SFTP, SCP, FTPS client that allows you to manage several servers. It comes with both a device file browser and an FTP file browser.

3. Phoenix Mysql Client

Allows you to connect to a Mysql server, and perform SQL quires, insert, delete, select,… and list the tables,views and sprocs.

4. Eval your JavaScript Code

Is a simple tool for test-running JavaScript snippets directly on your Android.

5. HTMLeditor

Is a super-simple HTML, ASP, JS and CSS editor for quick coding when you are on the move.

6. touchqode Code Editor

You can view and edit source code that comes with syntax highlighting, autocomplete and other features found on a regular desktop IDE. It currently supports Java, HTML, JavaScript, Python, C++, C# and Ruby.

7. Firefox AURORA Mobile

Is currently available for most Android 2.0+ devices. The browser itself is fantastic and feature-rich, but accompanied by some of its currently available developer extensions.

8. View Web Source

With this app you can view the source of any website. You will also be able to select text, search for text, copy and paste the HTML and also share the snippet with your friends and colleagues.

9. HTML Test

This interactive testing approach is used in dynamic real-world environments to test and train professional Web Developers.

10. devcheats

This free app is a must for every developer by offering a concise collection of cheatsheets, including: PHP, Python, Ruby on Rails, jQuery, CSS, SEO, Apache, Regular Expressions, SVN, C++, Drupal, HTML5, Javascript, Mysql, WordPress and much more.

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Sam Deering is a Front-end Web Developer who specialises in JavaScript & jQuery. Sam is driven and passionate about sharing his knowledge to educate others.

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