Jelly Bean brings 3 different UIs for Android devices
14. SuperAndroidEvo posted on 11 Jul 2012, 16:49 9 3
Yes this is GREAT. I love Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean on my Samsung Galaxy Nexus. It's so smooth, super FAST & the Google Now is just plain genius. I can't WAIT until my Asus Transformer Prime gets some Android Jelly Bean action.
I still can't wait for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 which should run Android Jelly Bean when it comes out as per the rumors.
WOW Android is where it's at. Innovation indeed.
42. Bluesky02 posted on 11 Jul 2012, 23:31 4 2
Yeah it's getting better, custom roms are also great and Jelly Bean is a big improvement
4. Birds posted on 11 Jul 2012, 16:02 13 2
It is not really fragmentation..Android has a built in PPI calculator and it correlates it to the screen size, to give the perfect text legibility and screen formating for software, movies and games....It is just a versatile OS unlike IOs**t.....(yay my first apple joke!)
19. Birds posted on 11 Jul 2012, 17:06 1 1
23. protozeloz posted on 11 Jul 2012, 17:20 5 1
And that's how you bitch slap a troll
Using that same argument the iPod iPhone iPad iPad mini iPhone 4" iPad with retina are and will all cause fragmentation
8. Synack posted on 11 Jul 2012, 16:23 8 1
Don't be jealous that your iPhone is getting stretched out and is going to look like s**t. Cheers to innovation....... not.
17. bayusuputra posted on 11 Jul 2012, 17:03 4 1
whut? you cannot read, dumbdumb?
Android apps will scale out, so no matter which UI you are using, it will still be the same.
You could make just one app and that will work with all UIs (phone, hybrid, tablet).. Unlike the fragmentation of iPhone and iPad apps.. get it? no? i'm not surprised, your brain is already fragmented by the different functionality iOS 6 will bring to different iOS devices..
18. SleepingOz posted on 11 Jul 2012, 17:03 2 1
Please, do some research before posting sh*ts!
33. jroc74 posted on 11 Jul 2012, 18:28 1 1
I take it you didnt even bother reading the article....
38. mrbtree posted on 11 Jul 2012, 22:30 3 1
you call fragmentation when the full ios 6 experience will only be available to the iphone 4s and ipad 3, the iphone 4, 3gs and ipod 4th gen will be getting cut down versions without the new maps and SIRI (not sure about the ipod)
7. KingShango posted on 11 Jul 2012, 16:22 0 0
Hasn't MS has already done this with Windows 8? A UI that works on laptops, tablets and phones (obviously modified).
25. protozeloz posted on 11 Jul 2012, 17:30 3 0
Not at all this occurred with 3.x-4.0 and is kinda different
10. JGuinan007 posted on 11 Jul 2012, 16:25 0 0
What about 5.5" phones where is the special interface for that?
22. KingKurogiii posted on 11 Jul 2012, 17:09 0 0
i was hoping this was the case! thank goodness! it didn't make sense to me that Google would get rid of the Action Bar, it was real practical for larger Tablets. now i wonder where my Xyboard 8.2 will fit? i guess in the 7" department.
45. IamYourFather6657 posted on 12 Jul 2012, 04:04 0 0
Honestly I like the 10inch traditional tablet ui more ,
Wonder if you can change it in the nexus 7 ?
24. Ohrules posted on 11 Jul 2012, 17:23 2 1
does the f-word now mean fragm*******n instead of F***?
47. MichaelHeller posted on 13 Jul 2012, 16:16 0 0
Around here it does, because we would never use the word f*** anyway, so the banned f-word for us is f************. (that is a lot of f***ing asterisks...)
37. andyman_187 posted on 11 Jul 2012, 21:39 0 1
ICS is also capable of doing multiple UIs....here let me make this easy for googling....CM9 PARANOID ANDROID....this custom ROM (based on Cyanogenmod 9) has been ported on several devices already....allows you to switch between phone, tablet or hybrid UI modes. It even has per app UI settings (which let you choose how individual apps will display i.e. tablet or phone mode).
39. KingKurogiii posted on 11 Jul 2012, 22:30 0 0
we're all aware of this. the Padfone does this and Motorola does this with Webtop, the different TABLET UIs based on display size is what's different.
46. andyman_187 posted on 12 Jul 2012, 05:32 0 0
and that's where the hybrid mode comes in. I've seen videos of the Nexus 7 UI, and CM9 Paranoid Android can easily replicate it and you can even customize it to your liking. basically what I'm saying is, it's not surprising that Google would implement this in Jelly Bean since it's easy enough to do in ICS.