Android fragmentation is a feature, not the big problem everyone says it is | VBSteven

An alternative view on the F-word – fragmentation. Possibly in response to Imangi Studios about the variants of devices upon their recent game release. The unfortunate truth is, at least in this scenario, sometimes having too much choice leads to a negative outcome instead of a liberating one.

“As of march 2012, 92% of devices are running Android 2.2 (Froyo) and higher. The Froyo feature set is a really good base line for most of the applications. I challenge you to find a new feature in higher versions that you really need to have in a general purpose app. (and is not already in the compatibility libraries)”

Android fragmentation is a feature, not the big problem everyone says it is | VBSteven

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