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App developer explains the worst part about developing for Android

29
Mar
2014

All these years later, is Google still being haunted by the ghosts of Android 2.3 Gingerbread? Developer Nick Bradbury, who works on WordPress’s Android app, has written an interesting post explaining that while he still thinks Android fragmentation is an “overblown” issue, there is one area of developing for Android that drives him up the wall: Supporting versions of WordPress that still run on Gingerbread. “Making sure your app works on that ugly, buggy OS is a massive pain,” Bradbury writes. “Every Android developer I know will dance in the streets the day they can drop support for pre-ICS versions of Android.” The good news, though, is that Android has gotten much, much, much better ever since Gingerbread came out all the way

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