Get your apps to work with the Xperia™ go pressure sensor

We just announced the Sony Xperia™ go, which comes with equipped with a pressure sensor, which enables you as a developer to create barometric, altitude or speed-related apps by accessing it through the Android sensor API. In this article, we’re highlighting information on how you can develop apps that work with the pressure sensor in Xperia™ go, as well as Xperia™ active as the sensor is accessed through the same API.

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Get your apps to work with the Xperia™ go pressure sensor

Get your apps to work with the Xperia™ go pressure sensor [tutorial]

We just announced the Sony Xperia™ go, which comes with equipped with a pressure sensor, which enables you as a developer to create barometric, altitude or speed-related apps by accessing it through the Android sensor API. In this article, we’re highlighting information on how you can develop apps that work with the pressure sensor in Xperia™ go, as well as Xperia™ active as the sensor is accessed through the same API.

Read on to get a code example and instructions on how to create a simple app that can read data from the pressure sensor.

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Get your apps to work with the Xperia™ go pressure sensor [tutorial]

Xperia™ go and Xperia™ acro S brings extra durability and stylish water resistance [video]

Today, we’re announcing the Xperia™ go and Xperia™ acro S, our two newest additions to the line up of Sony Xperia™ smartphones. Xperia™ go is a refined IP67 classes smartphone , meaning it has the highest level of dust and water resistance you can find in a smartphone. Xperia™ acro S also offers PlayStation® certification. Designed for extra durability and water resistance, both Xperia™ go and Xperia™ acro S have scratch-resistant mineral glass displays and meet industry standard Internal Protection ratings for protection against dust and water immersion. Read more about the stylish durability of the Xperia™ go and Xperia™ acro S after the jump.

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Xperia™ go and Xperia™ acro S brings extra durability and stylish water resistance [video]

New barometric sensor app and code example available for Xperia™ active

We recently showed you how to get your apps to work with the Xperia™ active pressure sensor. And to help with your development, we’ve also created a simple app and a new code example that shows you exactly how a pressure sensitive app works. Read on to learn more about our new barometric sensor app, download the apk file and view the new code example.

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New barometric sensor app and code example available for Xperia™ active

New barometric sensor app and code example available for Xperia™ active

We recently showed you how to get your apps to work with the Xperia™ active pressure sensor. And to help with your development, we’ve also created a simple app and a new code example that shows you exactly how a pressure sensitive app works. Read on to learn more about our new barometric sensor app, download the apk file and view the new code example.

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New barometric sensor app and code example available for Xperia™ active

Get your apps to work with the Xperia™ active pressure sensor

The  Sony Ericsson Xperia™ active is a compact Android smartphone designed for consumers with an active lifestyle. A truly unique feature of the Xperia™ active lies in its pressure sensor for barometric measuring. Developers can use this sensor in apps, by accessing it through the Android sensor API.

This tutorial provides some tips and code examples to get your app to work with the pressure sensor.

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Get your apps to work with the Xperia™ active pressure sensor

Get your apps to work with the Xperia™ active pressure sensor

A couple of weeks ago, Sony Ericsson announced the new Xperia™ active – a compact Android smartphone designed for consumers with an active lifestyle. A truly unique feature of the Xperia™ active lies in its pressure sensor for barometric measuring. Developers can use this sensor in apps, by accessing it through the Android sensor API.

This tutorial provides some tips and code examples to get your app to work with the pressure sensor.

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Get your apps to work with the Xperia™ active pressure sensor

New Xperia™ active video

Check out our latest video, where Marcus shows the new Xperia™ active. It supports ANT+ wireless technology for connecting sport and fitness equipment, and it is classed as IP67, which means that it can be under 1 meter (3 feet) of water for 30 minutes. A truly unique feature of the Xperia™ active lies in its pressure sensor for barometric measuring. As a developer, you can use this sensor in applications, which can be accessed through the Android sensor API.

Stay tuned to Developer World for more information about the pressure sensor in Xperia™ active going forward!

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New Xperia™ active video