Various peer-to-peer coordination models and frameworks have evolved in the last 20 years, facilitating the design and implementation of complex coordination and collaboration tasks in highly distributed systems. However, none of them were specifically designed for mobile environments and they do not cope with typical constraints, like battery consumption, limited processing power and discontinuous availability. Nowadays, a mobile device can act as an autonomous node in such a distributed network and is also capable of performing complicated tasks due to increasing capabilities in hardware and software. Therefore, in the course of this work, a coordination framework has been implemented which is particularly tailored for mobile devices. The Peer Model developed at the TU Wien has been chosen as the underlying coordination model, for which also a reduced feature set has been elaborated as part of this work. By using the provided framework, application developers are supported in terms of P2P communication and coordination logic and can hence focus on the application logic only. The framework is implemented for the Android platform, but is developed with cross-platform considerations in mind. In addition to a proof-of-concept Android messenger application, the framework has been evaluated with performance benchmark tests.