Designing for Android Screen Sizes

Demonstrates techniques for supporting multiple screen sizes and densities. For additional details on supporting different screen sizes, check the Android Developer site. There are various ways to do this depending on the version of Android you are using.


  1. I love when a female gives a tutorial this is not to sound chauvinistic  but a female has a way of explaining thoroughly, succinctly and more gracefully to most males i watch. Excellent tutorial.

  2. believe it or not…although ur explanation is like targeting little kids…this is what i was lookung for…thanks

  3. wow, thanks a lot, you just save my life! keep up the good work, because I am now a subscribed

  4. Very refreshing to listen to a tutorial from a female dev! You are a jewel in a sea of testosterone. Keep up the good work!

  5. @profgustin .. hi mam, ur tutorial s very nice and helpful.. thanks a lot…. beginners like me needs these type of videos to develop their ability in android so i wish u al the very best for this gud job and thanks once again….

  6. @profgustin
    I have a question will this affect the reference id means if I give will that get attached to both the normal screen layout and extra-large screen layout ? or will I have to change the setContentView();

    Plz awaiting your reply. 😀

  7. You should try weight property for xml elements. If you looking for performance you should avoid usage of pointless layouts.

  8. How about android manifest? should I change? reply please. it's about my final project 🙂

  9. This video was exactly what i was looking for i am trying to figure out how i can design an android app with little to no code, what i am trying to do is learn how to design the app in eclipse then have a programer do the rest, so would you be willing to do some tutorials on that base, i think lots of people would love it because i cant find any on YouTube that does that!!!!

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