Mono for Android News

February 28, 2013 - 8:31
Feature Release
Xamarin 2.0 released

Xamarin 2.0 released

MonoTouch renamed Xamarin.iOS and Mono for Android renamed Xamarin.Android.

Xamarin provides all the tools to build native cross-platform apps in one package. It lets you create, build, debug and deploy apps in Visual Studio or Xamarin Studio, a fully-featured IDE built for mobile app development. Xamarin delivers high performance compiled code with full access to all the native APIs so you can create native apps with device-specific experiences.

The following editions are available:

December 09, 2011 - 10:35
Patch Release
Mono for Android updated

Mono for Android updated

Mono for Android enables developers to use Microsoft Visual Studio to create C# and .NET based applications that run on Android phones and tablets. Developers can use their existing skills and reuse code and libraries that have been built with .NET, while taking advantage of native Android APIs.

September 01, 2011 - 13:29
Press Release
Xamarin joins ComponentSource

Xamarin joins ComponentSource

MonoTouch and Mono for Android allow you to use C# and .NET to develop mobile apps for iOS and Android.

MonoTouch allows you to create C# and .NET applications for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad while taking advantage of iPhone APIs, and reusing existing .NET code, libraries, and skills. MonoTouch is a software development kit that contains a suite of compilers, libraries and tools for integrating with Apple's iPhone SDK. MonoTouch includes Microsoft .NET base class libraries along with managed libraries for taking advantage of native iPhone APIs.

April 11, 2011 - 17:08
Press Release
Build Android apps using Visual Studio

Build Android apps using Visual Studio

Mono for Android lets you create C# and .NET based applications that run on Android phones and tablets.

Mono for Android is a software development kit for Windows and Mac OS X users to create native applications for Android based phones, tablets, and other devices with .NET programming languages. Developers can use their existing skills and reuse code and libraries that have been built with .NET, while taking advantage of native Android APIs.