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Keep in Touch – Smart Messenger


Keep in Touch – Smart Messenger, that we believe all others will bow down to is the messaging app developed specially for android platform for communication between two users or group of users. Currently, the communication in this application is using TCP. A MySQL database is used as a backbone to store the user information.

Nowadays, smart phones i.e. cell phones with android platform software are being widely used all over the world. This has mainly been due to the features of Android platform such as high flexibility in application, reasonable cost, good durability and user friendly in handling etc. As a result of this, the demand of applications developed in Android platform is increasing.

Although a mobile phone provides a large number of facilities, its basic use is to establish communication between two users. A large percentage of these users are young adults that include college students.  And, the established communication should be reasonable, cheap, and secured. In addition to serving as a phone device, smartphones are also capable of video/picture/text exchanges, accessing the Internet.

Project title: Keep in Touch – Smart Messenger


Project Category: Mobile application

Hardware & Software requirements:

The project is developed in Java Programming Language by Using the Eclipse integrated Development Environment (IDE). Android Software Development Toolkit (SDK) id used, which includes a variety of custom tools that help us in developing mobile applications on the Android platform. The most important of these are the Android Emulator and the Android Development Tools (ADT) plug in for Eclipse.

Software requirements

Database: MySQL/Sqlite


Due to the growing use of android platform software cell phones, the need of a new and genuine android application is increasing. Since online chatting is the most widely accepted means of communication for today’s world, this Android based Smart Messenger application seems to have good scope and future as described in this post.