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Samsung launches iTest to help iPhone users get a taste of Android

Long-time iOS users who haven't had the opportunity to try an Android phone in a while can now get a taste of Samsung's Android skin right on their iPhones. The South Korean smartphone giant has launched a new interactive web experience, called iTest, that will let iPhone users easily "sample the other side." To try the...

Flutter 1.5 Bridges the Gap, Adding Support for Web, Embedded, and Desktop

It was just a year ago that Google first announced the Flutter Beta at MWC. Since then, Flutter has grown by leaps and bounds to quickly become arguably the best framework for multi-platform coding across iOS and Android. This year at Google I/O 2019 they are taking it beyond mobile with the launch of Flutter...

Android Go – How does Google’s lightweight ecosystem compare to the original?

Android Go is Google's lightweight mobile platform that aims to run on lower system specifications than usual. It's aimed at developing and lower-income areas, where devices with poor processors and small amounts of RAM will be most prevalent. It exists basically to make sure that those in developing nations can still avail of applications and...

Sunday Debate: Native Apps vs. Web Apps

After being used to the current app paradigm for the entirety of Android's life, over-the-air changes might radicalize the way we understand Android and its app ecosystem. While web apps haven't proven themselvs yet, synchronized developments might make them worthy soon. Our current mobile experience is heavily reliant on native apps that sit on our homescreen,...