The Android SDK includes an emulator (http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html), but I like the one from Phonegap (http://phonegap.com) written in AIR. It allows you two switch between different mobile device skins and has a simulated accelerometer and geolocation service.
HTH, Wayne -- Wayne Graham Head of Research and Development Department of Digital Research and Scholarship Alderman Library University of Virginia 434.924.6265 On 3/10/10 2:56 PM, "Michael Silver" <michael.sil...@ualberta.ca> wrote: I don't know nothing 'bout birthing no babies or android apps, but the android developer site lists an emulator and virtual machines on the page at http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/tools/index.html Michael On 10/03/2010 12:37 PM, Jill Ellern wrote: > Code4Lib folks, > I was very impressed with the talks at the conference on Mobile Catalog > searching and what to do a show and tell for my library staff. However, Kim > Griggs presentation doesn't appear to be up yet...:( (I really liked your > presentation! Others did great too...) And I didn't take good enough notes > because I was hoping to play that presentation to my library folks... > > So we were wondering, Is there a mobile emulator for the Android phone you > would recommend? > > Is there a list somewhere of sites that show off Mobile searching well that > you would recommend? > > Jill > > -- Michael Silver MLIS Student School of Library and Information Studies University of Alberta michael.sil...@ualberta.ca