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  • Google engineer tells us why iOS will remain more fluid than Android OS

    We may be die-hard Android fans here at Android Community, but we’ve all at least given iOS a chance to shine its light. One of its best features is handling UI actions perfectly, thus leaving the user willing to wait for

    December 6, 2011 • Views: 2192

  • ROU UI video teases a new experience for Android

    The extremely wide array of options and customizations of Android is one of the many things that makes it great. From custom ROM’s, themes, and the ever popular home launchers. What we have here is a teaser video of the new

    October 10, 2011 • Views: 519

  • SPB Tablet UI Engine customizes Android slates [Video Demo]

    Google is doing its best to dissuade Android OEMs from modifying the Honeycomb UI on tablets, but that doesn’t mean it’s necessarily the 3.0 way or the highway. We’ve already seen software fettler SBP‘s

    March 15, 2011 • Views: 714

  • MIUI Developers For Android about to Drop Gingerbread ROM

    MIUI is a very sleek, smooth, and clean user interface and ROM for Android. You have probably heard of them, or seen video’s of their UI. Just like CyanogenMod, and MoDaCo, they build Rom’s and have a pretty large

    March 3, 2011 • Views: 172

  • Google to Focus on UI for Gingerbread

    No, that title isn’t a code for something else. Though, it could be. (We’ll let your imagination race.) According to some sources speaking with TechCrunch, it looks like Google’s going to go ahead and

    June 16, 2010 • Views: 330

  • Droid Does Sense

    Not to be out done by its younger brother, the Nexus One, the Droid now does Sense. HTC’s custom Android UI dubbed Sense is the most popular version of any manufacturer’s in-house UI. It is full of beautiful widgets

    March 1, 2010 • Views: 256

  • Intuitive UI for Android learns & predicts use

    The Android homescreen has greatly improved – with a little help from developers and handset manufacturers – over the various iterations of the smartphone platform, but that’s not to say it doesn’t still

    February 9, 2010 • Views: 380