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Design for Android

From Google Nexus to Pixel, you can prototype for any mobile Android device in Framer. Create adaptive layouts, then use one of our free goodies to add flows, gestures, and animations. Start designing and prototyping for Android today—with Framer.

Start designing & prototyping for Android with Framer today.

Design, made smarter.

Start designing for mobile and easily scale your interface to tablet resolutions. Design from scratch or use one of our pre-made elements. Use our smart type tools and built-in icon sets to quickly mock-up your next Material Design app.

  • Insert Vector Shapes

  • Roboto Typeface Included

  • Built-in Material Design Icons

Prototypes that feel real.

Design animations that feel real. Drop in interactive components to create screen-to-screen transitions. Then it’s just one-click to add native-level gestures and animations.

  • Spring Animations

  • Momentum Scrolling

  • Multi-Touch Gestures

Live preview on mobile.

View your projects on Android phone or tablet using the free native previewing app for Android. Need a second opinion? Share your prototype and allow teammates and clients to view on their Android device of choice. Make changes on the fly with instant visual feedback across all shared prototypes.

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Get started with these ready-made Android resources.

Prototype for Android › More resources ›


A free Android UI Kit featuring native elements that intelligently adapt to any screen size.


10 travel-themed prototypes with customizable UI elements, multi-screen artboards, and interactions.


Eight social prototypes with pre-loaded instructions on how to customize everything to perfection.

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