Tue Jul, 2011 by Derek Mehraban
The New York Times claims there are only about 100 mobile apps native to Android’s Honeycomb platform. When compared to the thousands available for the iPad that number shows a lack of developer interest in native apps for Android tablets. The latest release of Android, version 3.2, was made to help remedy that problem. The main fix is that tablets will now be able to zoom in on apps, so running an app made for an Android Smartphone is now more seamless when running on a tablet.
If this fix does work, then the digital agency will find more and more Android based tablets within the available platforms. When wishing to display ads on both iPads and on Android tablets, there were few apps allowing both. This fix will help resolve some of that lack in the market.
Read Write Web: Android Tablets Get an iPad-Like “2x” Mode with Android 3.2