Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 20th Sep 2011 21:46 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Ever since Honeycomb's release, Android has had two versions out in the wild (well, if you disregard the non-current versions, that is). The next major Android release, Ice Cream Sandwich, is supposed to fix this problem by having one single version of Android for both phones and tablets. Google now has a blog post up which presents some options for developers to prepare their applications for Ice Cream Sandwich.
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RE: Non Installable Apps
by fran on Wed 21st Sep 2011 17:30 UTC in reply to "Non Installable Apps"
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Like you i'm not interested in social apps but my experience with Android is great.
I have installed/uninstalled a lot of apps over time and it never posed a problem for me.

I mainly use the Kindle app and Opera mini in which i've build a nice collection of bookmarks i browse before i dowse off.

Sometime i use the native browser as well which is pretty good. I've used the GPS function also a few times and the pc software for sms/mms and contact syncing. Syncing it to my wifi was also a breeze.

So yeah i love my Android phone. Guess different strokes.

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