Richard Kaufman wrote:I have three tablets, iPad, iPad2 and the Motorola ZYBoard. The iPads and the Motorola are entirely different types of user experiences. The iPad is a thing unique, while the Android-based Motorola feels like a PC (something familiar, which I like). It's a matter of personal preference, but most people have only tried an iPad at this point (with 83 million now sold). The market share is destined to shift over the coming years, and I want to be able to service those customers who chose Android and Kindle.
Oh no doubt Apple will start to lose market share simply by people that want cheap and developing an app for that platform would seem sensible.
Although why does the Kindle Fire need a different app to the Android? They are both Android, aren't they?