A collection of tools that allows the user to access Intel's integrated developer functions
Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP
Intel Integrated Native Developer Experience is a development software suite for Windows PCs.
There are good programming tools and bad programming tools. Good tools don't just do the job well - they address a problem and solve it. The Intel Integrated Native Developer Experience looks at the problem of developing for multiple platforms and streamlines everything. This is one programming tool that Android developers don't need to just buy, but they need to be happy about the existence of the tool.
So what's good here? Well it's fast - it uses a number of tricks to speed up development and make compiling code quicker. It's also friendly, which is a huge deal when you look at how Android development typically tends to work. Perhaps more than anything though, it's a step in the right direction. This is the kind of programming suite that users want to be able to rely upon, and the kind of tool that most ask for even if they don't know the specifics of what they need. Think of this product as the necessary bedrock upon which better applications will be able to be built.
If there's a downside to the product it's that it isn't free. This of course isn't much of a downside - you'd expect a program of this caliber to have a hefty cost, and Intel delivers on that assumption. It's great to be able to try something for free, but from time to time you'll just have to trust that the product does exactly what it says it will do. If you need a good programming suite and want to develop for Android, this is precisely what you need.