Google’s view and recent performance on large screen devices, including tablets, has been captured by its tablet-first Android app plans. Details on March 10 at the Android Show presented by Rich Miner, CTO of Google Tablets and co-founder of Android.
According to Miner, When its first Android tablet was released in 2011, the path was a mix of high and low. The Android tablet market collapsed in effect after the COVID-19 pandemic after the 2011 boom.
The Android tablet market has been booming again since the beginning of the Pandemic era, and Google expects even faster growth with the development of tablet-first apps.
Google says tablets have taken on a new identity as tools for creativity and productivity. Minor believes that the growth path of tablets will continue in a positive direction and that tablet sales will overtake laptops in a few years.
In the development of tablet Android apps, Minor app developers are pointing in the direction of utilizing additional screen resources and looking at Google’s latest Jetpack libraries and other features available on Android 12L. Minor also said that Google is encouraging developers to focus on building tablet-first apps to take advantage of the great opportunities in that direction.
Google’s tablet-first vision for tablet Android apps requires the purchase of a developer community to be a huge success.
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