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Android Software Engineer - App Developer (Native Java)

at Cyanogen, Inc. in Shhhh...   —   Jul 16, 2014   |  
- Build and enhance the apps bundled with CyanogenMod
- Work closely with our design team to create exceptional user experiences
- Be part of the team that’s permanently changing the Android and mobile landscape

Cyanogen Inc., founded to support and expand CyanogenMod, is growing in Seattle! The time has come for your mobile device to truly be yours again and we're building the teams to make it happen.

Our App Development team is working to design, build and enhance the core apps distributed along with CyanogenMod. We’re creating software that touches every part of the Android user experience - launcher to camera to messaging - and so much more. We're working on an ecosystem for choice, security and openness while remaining a key part of the Open Source community.
Build, enhance and troubleshoot native Android apps
Implement new features and functionality, as well as entire applications
Join a team that’s passionate about building secure and open applications
Work closely with developers and designers to create beautiful, functional solutions
A background in Android application or game development
Released at least one app into the Play store or as open source
A solid understanding of the Android SDK
Strong OO design and development fundamentals
A Computer Science or related degree
We’re hiring at all levels of experience - and you don’t need to tick every box to join our team. If you have a passion for open source and innovation, can demonstrate strong skills and a great attitude, we want to speak with you!
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