By Joe Levi | May 21, 2012 7:16 PM
Android often takes quite a bit of criticism for its “fragmentation”. It’s got lots of versions currently on the market, it comes in different shapes and sizes, OEMs can customize it to their liking… the sky is the limit with Android.
But have you ever looked beyond the chatter and stopped to ask: Why does Google allow Android to be so open? Why the need for ICS, Jelly Bean, and OEM UIs?
That’s what we’ll talk about in today’s episode of the Android Guy Weekly!