Thursday, October 19, 2017

Yesterday, Google added a possibility for developers to add tablet specific screenshots of their apps to the Google Play store. While this might sound like a minor update it actually has pretty strong implications to designers and developers. From now on users will be able to differentiate between apps that are designed to adapt to  [ Read More ]

Andy Rubin’s “I don’t think there should be apps specific to a tablet” comment is probably the most misunderstood quote in the history of Android platform. It is still been quoted by general public as the reason why there are no Android tablet apps (which isn’t true btw). Andy Rubin did not mean that Android app  [ Read More ]

Google I/O 2012 is over. There’s a lot of new information to go through and sessions to watch. Google took Android to a new level and brought Android tablets with. Looking at the announcements including the new hardware Google is finally making Android tablets relevant for the large audience. While ICS tablets like the Asus  [ Read More ]

I don’t usually write posts about just one article in some other website but this time I want to make an exception. The official Android Developers documentation has added an article that is a must read for every developer and designer. In this article titled “Supporting Tablets and Handsets” they explain fundamental approach to Android design.  [ Read More ]

Can Tablets outperform Netbooks in 2010? In the last two years, netbooks had made substantial growth in the PC market and begun to take market share away from laptops possibly due to their featherweight designs and low prices. But, the devices lack key features like optical drive, have reduced specification and computing power. In contrast,  [ Read More ]

Would Tablets outshine Netbooks in 2010? In the last two years, netbooks had made substantial growth in the PC market and begun to take market share away from laptops possibly due to their featherweight designs and low prices. But, the devices lack key features like optical drive, have reduced specification and computing power. In contrast,  [ Read More ]

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