MIT AI2 Companion

MIT AI2 Companion


Use the MIT AI2 Companion to help Develop your very own Android Applications using MIT App Inventor (Version 2, Beta). You can learn more at http://ai2.appinventor.mit.edu.

Note: If you are using MIT App Inventor version 1 (found at beta.appinventor.mit.edu) you should use the MIT AI Companion instead of this program. Both can be present on your phone at the same time.

Recent changes:
Updates to MIT App Inventor version nb140
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4.2
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File size
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About MIT AI2 Companion
Use the MIT AI2 Companion to help Develop your very own Android Applications using MIT App Inventor (Version 2, Beta). You can learn more at http://ai2.appinventor.mit.edu.

Note: If you are using MIT App Inventor version 1 (found at beta.appinventor.mit.edu) you should use the MIT AI Companion instead of this program. Both can be present on your phone at the same time.

Recent changes:
Updates to MIT App Inventor version nb140

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A Google User
5 days ago
Love it So good you can create your own app
A Google User
6 days ago
Ganeshram Nandakumar This is my first app development software. So far I am able code for any application. I am slightly afraid I might have to shift to a professional development software later.
A Google User
Mar 19, 2015
Ok The app won't connect to the webpage and the emulator doesn't work. will rate 5 stars if you fix this. I need to use this for a big presentation soon I would really like it if you fix this please.
A Google User
Mar 17, 2015
Help When i make a apk and try to install on phone my installer crashes never happend and keeps happing know please reply???
A Google User
Mar 16, 2015
Useful little app! I find this app easy to use & is by far a better option than the emulator as it allows use of sensors, actual up-to-date screen sizes and I find it easier to interact with my app's UI on a touchscreen. Its pretty neat that the app updates in real time - great for refining UI and just generally working on the app and testing it out as I go along.