P., 04 Nov 2013Use open source browser and stop worrying about your private data.Will it be enough? Android is open source OS developed by Google. How can I be sure that using another browser will protect me from gathering information to Google by the OS itself?
P., 04 Nov 2013Why should Google know my identity?! I'm another Android user, which does not use Google, Fac... moreWell, in that case I hope you're using a browser that supports stealth browsing. Don't forget that Google stores your browsing history, bank account passwords, among other neat stuff.
Abhijeet Kumar, 03 Nov 2013Android ecosystem is basically built on apps from Play Store. If you dont login into Play stor... moreWhy should Google know my identity?!
I'm another Android user, which does not use Google, Facebook, Twitter apps.
19evol61, 03 Nov 2013Android 5.0 Leche Flan is coming guys watch out!You sure about that? How about Lemonheads?
Finally time would tell us one thing: Nobody could live without Google and Samsung. Go Google & Sammy, you're more than a miracle, more than savior.
Thats the beauty of Android.
Even after the release of KitKat, JB is still 50% ONLY!
ApplevSamsung, 03 Nov 2013I'm confused...so the new system only counts the devices that access the Play store? What if I... moreAndroid ecosystem is basically built on apps from Play Store. If you dont login into Play store, there is absolutely no way Google can know about your identity. If you have logged in into Play store for once also, google will count you as its Android user with android version details. If you have updated your device to new Android version and has not logged into playstore even once, Goggle will still count you as user with older Android version coz google cant know about it unless you log into playstore. I believe that every android user has logged into Play store with his/her google account atleast "once" knowingly or unknowigly.
AnonD-19153, 02 Nov 2013How many android users are out there? Almost a billion devices have been activated in the world, at least since the google i/o 2013
I'm confused...so the new system only counts the devices that access the Play store? What if I never access the Play store? What if I just install a couple of apps, then just use the phone for calls - is it no longer counted?
AnonD-19153, 02 Nov 2013How many android users are out there? We know its crossed the billion mark because Android are set to reach out to next billion,,
I reckon L will be Lychee Sauce.