• Anonymous

    A lot of what you wrote are things I have wanted for a long time as well.

    While android gets so much right, it still gets plenty wrong.

  • Yav Zare

    A very fair and well worded article!

  • glen

    I would love to see a lot of what you wrote, but havent we already got “air play ” with DLNA I use this daily to play music from my desire HD to a Sony stereo

  • Neil Deadman

    I’m pretty sure my contact photos sync in hi-quality between devices. Just not if I set them in the contacts web page

  • Anonymous

    100% agree with most of the above.

    Sync:- Installing apps & all game scores when getting a new phone would be very useful.

  • Anonymous

    I’d like to see that Neil. Prove it!!!

  • Anonymous

    Maybe music is better than video. The idea for DLNA is great but in practice devices and codecs aren’t that interoperable.

    Have a look at this review from Engadget for an example.

    http://www.engadget.com/2010/12/30/htc-media-link-dlna-streamer-review/

  • Anonymous

    Thanks :-)

  • Anonymous

    Definitely. I just want to see it get even better.

  • Anonymous

    By the way. I’ve been alerted to another article of even more problems which I also agree with.

    http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/09/18/ux-things-i-hate-about-android/

  • glen

    I have found video a bit disappointing as u can stream to an Xbox using the double twist app, but it wont play all videos, photos r fine though. But at least I can do most things and its a damn site cheaper than having a house full of apples!

  • Harvey

    errr. Chrome DOES auto wrap on zoom.

  • Anonymous

    “An issue that often pops up for mobile browsers is that text on the website may be too small to read properly. Where the Android Browser employs a text reflow algorithm to clarify the situation, Chrome for Android features a technique which we’ve called Font Boosting. It uses an algorithm to increase font sizes when necessary, aiming to make the text readable regardless of the zoom level.”

    http://peter.sh/2012/02/bringing-google-chrome-to-android/

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