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What's the difference between the android and android-sdk tags?

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I expect that is for general Android development questions, while is for questions specific to the Software Development Kit.

...except it's all moot now because android-sdk is now a synonym for android.

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Android is for querying related to Android applications. But android-sdk is for tools that are used for developing the mobile applications.

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When you indent the text of your answers it puts it into "code format" mode. Please don't do that unless, of course, you're putting in some code. – Al E. Dec 28 '11 at 13:28

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