Would Paying for OS Updates Solve the Android Spreading Latency?

Would Paying for OS Updates Solve the Android Spreading Latency?

Fragmentation, a fancy word for the current Android update situation, where some terminals receive the latest version while others remain outdated, is the number one problem of Google’s mobile operating system. Although Android can be considered the most famous mobile OS out there, and pretty much the first choice of most tech-savvy people, it lacks the update advantage of iOS, […]

 
     
 
 

Fragmentation: Android’s Real Problem or Google’s Penetration Tactic?

Fragmentation: Android’s Real Problem or Google’s Penetration Tactic?

Have you ever heard of Android fragmentation? Some consider it to be a nasty habit Google has lost itself into, apparently forgetting the need for integrity every self-respecting OS should have in order to function to full efficiency. Fragmentation issues are all about Android getting so many upgrades so frequently, that there are phones out there that offer multiple versions […]

     
 
 

Sorry State of Android Support [Infographic]

Sorry State of Android Support [Infographic]

Just about a week back, I posted that poor battery management has been my biggest gripe about Android as a mobile OS. But then the fragmentation is an equally big issue for many users. Michael Degusta has done all the hard work and has come out with an infographic which shows the sad state of support for majority of the […]

     
 
 

Amazon’s Android AppStore Announced, Should Google Worry?

All those rumors about Amazon coming up with its own Android Marketplace are after all true. Amazon has just announced the launch of Amazon AppStore, a curated Android marketplace for applications, which is due to launch later this year. Starting today, developers will be able to submit their applications to Amazon over here – http://developer.amazon.com/ All those cynics harping about […]