Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 17th May 2013 23:35 UTC, submitted by kragil
Google Ars nails it: "The answer is that Google did announce what amounts to a fairly substantial Android update yesterday. They simply did it without adding to the update fragmentation problems that continue to plague the platform. By focusing on these changes and not the apparently-waiting-in-the-wings update to the core software, Google is showing us one of the ways in which it's trying to fix the update problem."
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protomank
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2006-08-03

Agreed. Google should make a chromeview (chrome support LOTS of features the default webview misses and would make development easier/prettier) and distribute it throught player, including for 2.x devices. But for that, they would have to port it to 2.x, that probally is very hard. Google itself suffers from the fragmentation they created themselves, what is kind of patetic ;)

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