“Yesterday, Facebook announced its Home for Android, their next-generation client software for Google’s mobile OS, which will be avaliable for download shortly on a select number of devices using Google Play on April 12,” Jason Perlow writes for ZDNet.
“This is certainly an ambitious plan for The Social Network. Android is the most popular mobile operating system, and it makes sense for the company to try to grab as much land and end-user mindshare for itself using existing devices as much as possible,” Perlow writes. “While it may not have been Facebook’s actual intention, Home for Android is really just a fragmentation grenade.”
Perlow writes, “If you thought Android was fragmented now, you ain’t seen nuthin’ yet.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]