I do hope so :) Engadget says what if Android Apps ran inside of Chrome... But then if you think about it, what if Chrome Apps ran inside the Chrome Android browser with HTML5 and Native Client support :)
HTC has been dying over the pass few years. They are going to be releasing a phone in Japan with a new UI called IIDA. Looking at the videos it looks very promising and nothing like Sense. It might need to add a few things to be usable for Android but with the way the phone looks and the simple UI HTC might have a winner...
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Android apps on Tablet sucks. It does not compare to the experience you get on the iPad. That's why in my opinion the Nexus 10 is so important.
Nexus 7 done wonders with getting Android serious in the Tablet market. Amazon, Flipboard and Skype now support Tablet size devices from late last year and that only came around with the success of the 7.
Developing Tablet apps is hard on the emulator. I don't know if others have trouble but when I increase the PPI and resolution on my computer I can never launch the emulator.
I get very horrible loud and very low sound volumes with the App. These are a mix between what I have uploaded to Google Music and also paid Music from them.
All the music I have uploaded/matched are levelled at 89 Db using MP3Gain so that when I listen on my older devices it all has the same level.
When I listen to my music again both paid and uploaded to Google Music, the Google Web player somehow knows what the levels are and they are all the same volume. However when you play it on the Android app you get a wide variety of levels and what is worse one album has so many different levels it is unreal.
Am I the only one who gets this experience? If not I think this needs to be fixed because on the Web Player it is absolutely fine...
There is also a safety aspect as well as if one song is very soft and then the next song is suddenly loud, your ears won't like it ;)