Originally Posted by Dave MacLachlan
I know that personally, I have my hands full trying to program for iOS ... I'd probably shoot myself if I tried to keep up with all of the different flavors of Android in...
Originally Posted by jragosta
I think that was the point.
The Android adoption pattern is: "stick with the version that was on your phone when you bought it because we're dam%ed not going to make an update...
Originally Posted by Michael Scrip
There's also a fundamental difference in the way software is handled by Apple compared to all the other Android OEMs.
Apple provides their software for their hardware. When...
Originally Posted by stelligent
I am and I do. And it is a big effing pain to test apps on Android. I am lucky that I am primarily doing this for "in-house" apps for companies that only deploy a limited...
Originally Posted by dysamoria
Maybe users are just that desperate to see speed improvements after ios 6 slowed their devices to a painful extent. Too bad there aren't any speed improvements listed as...
Originally Posted by SolipsismX
Based on Google's stated activation numbers vendors aren't using the new software or the adoption wouldn't be dominated by an OS that stopped being updated 2 years...