posted by [identity profile] emarkienna.livejournal.com at 08:31pm on 27/03/2017
For F-Droid distribution, it's probably worth checking with them in advance what they do or can support as part of making a choice, since they build the applications themselves and not everything is supported (e.g, here's an old thread where somene asks about Kivy).

I've written Android apps (for fun) with Qt/C++, SDL/C++ and Java. If I'm not intending to release something cross-platform myself, I'd choose Java everytime. Not that there's anything bad about the former choices, but I find the Android side of things is easier using the default way (e.g., working out how to do something on Android obviously has a lot more resources for Java). OTOH if you don't want to work with an IDE, third party methods might be better suited for that anyway.

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