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Is android fragmentation really a problem?

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Is android fragmentation really a problem?

Postby parnian » Tue Jan 24, 2012 12:10 pm

Hi everybody,

I was browsing through sites/blogs and I see that some of app developers see the fragmentation of Android devices as a drawback while some others see it as not only a major problem but also an opportunity.

For example, a developer said: "This is because I simply don't have the resources to go cross Android platform and then answer support queries as to why my App doesn't work on X"

and another says "Fragmentation is not really an issue, despite what you might hear."

Could you please tell me how you see that? Is this taking lots of time from you to develop for different devices or is it just exaggerated in media?
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