Google's Roman Nurik launched a tool this week called Android Design Preview, which makes it a little easier for Android developers and designers to see what their apps will actually look like. The tool lets you mirror a portion of your computer's screen onto your Android phone, and it updates live to show all the changes you've made (iOS has had similar apps for a while, like the popular LiveView), so you can better design for the smaller screen. The app requires a USB connection to your phone to work, and you'll have to be running the Android SDK, but It looks like a useful tool for developers that want to see how their app will look when it's out of Photoshop and onto an actual handset. The app is free and open-source, and works on Mac, Windows, and Linux, so hit the source link to get it for yourself.
Android Design Preview mirrors your desktop design mockups live to your phone
Android Design Preview mirrors your desktop design mockups live to your phone/
A Google employee launched this week Android Design Preview, a utility for developers and designers that lets you mirror a portion of your screen onto an Android phone.