Google plays, Apple pays, and Android listens, all that and more on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly for March 8th, 2012.
Android Atlas Ep. 88: Google plays, Apple pays, Android listens
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I’m sitting here playing the android game Burning Sands 3 on my ASUS Prime well watching your show, and find myself utterly puzzled with your statement that there are a lack of tablet apps for android tablets. ALL android apps work on tablets. There’s 300,000 tablet apps to choose from. Maybe you need to put down your beloved iPad and spend a little more time researching android. – Max
Hi guys you said you thought there was a difference between tablet & phone graphics but that is not entirely true. When you make an Android app you create a high, a middle, and a low definition image. so a 10″” tablet will use the same image as a phone with a high res screen like the Galaxy Nexus. However in many cases you will want to make a separate UI for a tablet but this is still fairly easy in that UI is done by click & drag and XML.
Keep up the good work, love the show. – Dane
I’m a fan of the google play branding, except for the market. I’m going to be calling it the market as long as I use android regardless, but that’s beside the point.
My question is “”why?”" I was reading an interview from cnet with Jamie Rosenberg where she said
“”Google Play will become a single experience for users. This creates a more powerful experience around Android and also increases opportunities for content partners to interact with more of Google’s offerings.
With the news for Assistant coming out now, google’s moves to change privacy to share content between more sources only makes sense in the effor to build something a step above siri.
Anyway, it makes sense to me, but I’m also the only place I’ve heard this from, so I wanted to hear your opinion.
Missed having a show this week, otherwise keep up the good work!
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