April 2, 2012

Android Phones: Harder to Develop For

Matthew Panzarino, The Next Web


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Android fragmentation is a huge problem. The fact that there are hundreds of different hardware devices running over half a dozen different versions of Google’s OS makes it annoying for users, but makes it an especially devastating issue for developers trying to make a business out of the Android ecosystem.
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