Unified UI Framework for Best Android Tablet
“Unified UI framework for phones, best android tablet, and more Android 4.0 brings a unified UI framework that lets developers create elegant, innovative apps for phones, best android tablet, and more. It includes all of the familiar Android 3.x interface elements and APIs — fragments, content loaders, Action Bar, rich notifications, resizable home screen widgets, and more — as well as new elements and APIs.For developers, the unified UI framework in Android 4.0 means new UI tools, consistent design practices, simplified code and resources, and streamlined development across the range of Android-powered devices.”
Here is my theory on why Android Tablets are selling. I think the real problem is defining how best android tablet differ from smartphones/laptops. What doesn’t anyone really need a best android tablet for? Lets be real, the people that bought iPads were more than likely existing apple consumers who were simply buying a device from a favored company without any real justification for its use. Most Android consumers on the other hand will base purchases on functionality and with the ability pinpoint what a tablet will add to their digital lives, will pass on any tablet be it iOS, Win 8, or Android. Since the introduction of the iPad and various Android interpretations of the concept, I have yet to figure out exactly why I need one and I assume there are many others in the same boat. I expect the growth of the tablet market to taper on over the next 5 years.