Building, Testing And Distributing Android Apps — Smashing Magazine
When iOS started to gain momentum, soon after the first iPhone launched, many businesses started to pay attention to apps. The number of apps for iOS grew exponentially, and every company, big and small, rushed to create their own app to support their business.
This Is What Developing For Android Looks Like – TechCrunch
You know how many Android developers complain about fragmentation? Yeah, this is what fragmentation looks like. Animoca, a Hong Kong mobile app developer that has seen more than 70 million downloads, says it does quality assurance testing with about 400 Android devices. Again, that's testing wit…
Here's How Bad Android's Fragmentation Problem Is [GRAPHIC]
When Google first launched Android, the open-source operating system came with the promise that it could power almost any device.