With Raccoon, you can download apps from Google Play to your desktop computer instead of your phone tablet. Raccoon is intended for users who: * Don't want to use the official app because of privacy concerns. * Prefer to keep a backup of their apps (e.g. to roll back to older versions). * Install/Deinstall often and don't want to waste time/bandwidth on downloading.
Dummy Droid is a companion tool for Raccoon. It allows you to create hardware profiles for arbitrary Android devices and upload them into your Google Play account. Mocks can either be generated from the /system/build.prop file of existing hardware or be completely made up from scratch. You (may) need this tool if Google Play won't give you access to an app because of device incompatibilities, country or carrier restrictions. You (may) also need this tool if you are an app developer yourself and
Google maps provides services using which one can know what are the nearby places and some other information like distance and time to travel to those nearby places from a particular location and these API's are used in many websites .But to create an entire view and functionality one needs to write code for the same .Since this functionality is increasingly used writing code for this functionality would be like spending time on something which was already developed but not availabe . Angular D