Which generally means cheaper applications, from which we all will benefit. Can you imagine a world with only one predominant mobile OS. It will be a nightmare for innovation, price cuts and application prices, at least now we have the choice, so it doesn't matter who is better, each OS has its advantages and drawbacks.
it really does not matter if google would split it 90/10 cause paid games are easily pirated and installed into any android devices. developers are never gonna get paid on their hard days work on android platform, thats why they release it first on iOS
Anonymous, 09 Jun 2016I will switch to Blackberry. Bye.didn't Blackberry switch to Android, though?
The Wise, 09 Jun 2016Does it really matter who did what first anymore? As long as both sides offer the same or simi... moreIf only other people here would be as wise as you GSMA would be a much better place.
Does it really matter who did what first anymore? As long as both sides offer the same or similar services then WE, the consumer, benefit. I'm glad of this new change, benefits developers.
Its true that Google has already been using it on a small scale but that's hardly relevant really.
If Tescos lowers the price of strawberries then naturally you'd expect the other supermarkets to do so too. But its not like you'd accuse them of copying. Its just the nature of price competition.