Ok, I’ve created a new forum here for Android topics, and have just committed a version that (hopefully!) includes what you’ll need to start playing with Android.
The whole Android development experience is not exactly as slick as iOS. And that’s putting it politely. I’ve added a few helpful tips to the juce readme doc in the juce/docs/ folder of the source tree, but if you’re going to try android coding, be prepared for a lot of tedious faffing about (and that’s before you even get as far as using Juce!)
I’ve not even considered worrying about whether it’ll work on Windows yet, and everything I’ve done has been with the mac version of the SDK. I’m pretty sure it’ll also work fine on linux, and if there are any brave cygwin adventurers who want to try it, I’d be interested to hear how you get on. It may need a few tweaks, but presumably not too much.
The juce demo now contains an android build, which you’ll probably need to edit and re-save using the Introjucer to set up your SDK and NDK paths correctly. Please make sure you’ve already jumped through all the hoops involved in setting up and running some of the Android NDK demo projects before attempting a juce build!
I’m still working on support for features (e.g. I’ve not added audio support yet), so don’t expect to be able to pop out a fully-functional app immediately, but there’s enough there to start exploring.