Tag "android fragmentation"
Ever since the early days of Android, one of the biggest arguments against it has been fragmentation. I don’t think anyone can argue that fragmentation doesn’t exist, but the question
Many of you may have read the report by OpenSignal that came out this past August. In it OpenSignal gives a frightening view on just how fragmented the Android ecosystem
We reported earlier today that Google is taking steps to slow down fragmentation within Android releases by being more strict with manufacturer UIs. Well, we’ve just received an official statement from MIPS Technologies that clears up some questions about this whole ordeal. In a nutshell, Google sees what UIs are doing to Android.
Bit of interesting news from the Android Platforms website. It appears the Android Platform page has been updated, and Eclair (Android 2.1) is now in the majority, with 55.5% of
Our favorite pie chart has made another appearance over at Google’s Android Developer site. As you can see, 50% of Android devices are now running 2.1, up from the last projection
The Android Developer site today has released an updated fragmentation report, which they are calling a “platform report”. As you can see pictured to the left, the pie chart for
Endgadget is reporting this morning that webOS design expert Matias Duarte has left Palm for Google to be their User Experience Director for Android. This move is a reunion of
Google today has released on their developer site an updated chart showing the percentages of which flavor of Android are making up what is out in the wild on Android
The latest figures are in from the Android Developers blog showing the relative number of active devices using the various flavors of Android. This is basically a chart that shows
The device dashboard over at the official Android Developers site has been updated after months of inactivity. With the Motorola Droid recently getting bumped up to Android 2.1 over the