Android 2.2 Froyo? I like Android 2.1 Eclair too
- Posted on November 25th, 2010
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I never used Android OS until yesterday. Yes, believe me. That's true.
I did not think that Android would be any good as compared to Apple's iOS. With new Android 2.2 Froyo's new features and specially the support of Flash 10.1 for Android 2.2, it got my interest. I read some articles on internet like this one that Adobe Flash 10.1 can also be installed on Android 2.1. So, i bought a cheap tablet running Android 2.1 on it for testing. Unlike its lower price, it doesn't look cheap and even works well. You don't believe me? Check out some of its picture below and then you will believe me.
I took these shots from my Nokia E72's 5 MP camera but its pictures still don't look that good (may be because of low light). Anyways, i tried browsing on this tablet using the default Android web browser. I must say that it felt really good. I opened Banckle website and it really looked great on it. Have a look below:
I tried to open Banckle Apps in the browser even after installing Flash 10.1 on my Android 2.1 tablet but Banckle Apps (using Adobe Flex) were not opened and browser still asked me to get flash. Looks like, i'll have to try doing this on Android 2.2 Froyo.
Anyways, it's not an issue. We are working on building iPad clients for Banckle Apps and after that we will do the same for Android so, you won't need to browse Banckle Apps through browser. Moreover, we already plan to create Html5 version of Banckle Apps as well keeping our doors open for everyone from anywhere. Isn't it what collaboration is?
I guess so and we will keep working hard to bring better collaboration apps for everyone.
Overall, i have good experience with my Android 2.1 test tablet and i am still exploring it to see what more i can do with it. I'll keep sharing my experiences.
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