How to make your own Android app for $5 on Kickstarter

How do you get a $5 smartphone app out there?

This week, it turns out you don’t have to be a genius.

A pair of crowdfunding campaigns have created Android apps for $15, and it’s a bit like a classic Kickstarter, but with a twist: they’re designed to get you a smartphone for less than $10.

These Kickstarter campaigns were launched on Tuesday by a pair of entrepreneurs who said they were trying to help people pay for the phone.

The pair, both developers and artists, said they’d like to make an app that lets people pay with their smartphones for services like Netflix, Hulu, and a host of other apps.

But the apps weren’t just for phones.

They’re for a wide range of smartphones, from the $20 Nokia Lumia 520 to the $300 Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+.

It all depends on which model you’re after.

Here’s what you need to know.

How to make a smartphone app for under $10What you’ll need:A smartphone that can take the pictures and videos you want to take with your smartphoneHow to get startedWith a few minutes of time, you can make a simple, $10 Android app using only the photos and videos in your phone.

You’ll need to have a smartphone with a camera that supports RAW file format and a high-quality photo editor.

Then, just drag the files into your camera app, and you’ll be able to see how the app looks like.

If you’re not using an Android phone, you’ll probably need to do some work.

If you’re an iPhone owner, it’s also a good idea to download the iPhone camera app.

For more information on the different models of Android phones, see our guide to iPhone and Android phone cameras.

If your smartphone is just about $15 and you don,t have access to a high resolution camera, you might be able use a free photo editing app like Photoshop.

You can also use some apps to make photos.

If this is your first time using Android, we recommend you look at these apps for the most basic features, like the ability to make filters, edit your photos, and save your own photos.

We don’t recommend using an app to create an Android app, though.

Most of the apps we’ve found on Kickstarter are designed for a more basic smartphone.

If the app you want isn’t designed for $10 or more, there may be a better way.

Here are a few options:For more on the differences between the different Android models, check out our Android phone review.