We have a new Android tutorial from Jordan –
This tutorial will take about 30-45 minutes to complete and builds on the previous Android Messaging with Parse tutorial, which has been very popular. If you missed that or have not completed it, you can either do that first or clone the final repo on GitHub.
You will also need two Android devices for testing and a Sinch account for your app key and secret.
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