The 7th Android Police book giveaway is now over, and we've picked the winners. A copy of Android 3.0 Application Development Cookbook will be shipped to each of the following readers who answered this question, as selected by Packt and Android Police:

What interests you the most about this book?

Joe Rivera:

What this book feels like to me is a great opportunity to learn about development the right way as opposed to searching 5 different forum sites just to get sent to 10 different webpages and have you give your email for more assistance that gets you 100 pieces of junk mail every day when all I wanted to know was where to start reading. (breeeeeath...) Anyways, it will be a great asset to anyone that wants to get off on the right foot or to someone who has been developing for some time as a reference too or help expand their knowledge.


I'm most interested in the "animate your applications" part. Coming from a set of "head first Java/Android" books, I'm looking forward to checking out the cookbook approach to this.

I hope it's a good reference and a good read! Just in case I win the drawing, I read my books in PDF format, on my phone or laptop/desktop.

Keep up the sharing of knowledge please!

Micheal Banning (not Michael - it's not a misprint):

I am absolutely fasinated with android.
I dont know much about how it works or
how to design it but i am in school for computer science. I hope I can get this book to further educate myself on how it works and how to create different things. I am more of a hands on person... If I won this book, It wouldnt be in vain, it wouldnt go on a book shelf and collect dust, it wouldnt end up ina goodwill thrift store, id read it front to back and learn every aspect of android I could from the book

Congratulations, guys - all of you will be contacted by Packt for your information and shipped a brand new copy of Android 3.0 Application Development Cookbook (print edition if you live in the U.S. or Europe, or an eBook edition otherwise).

Everyone else - keep participating to win more great Android development books!