Re: Glamor or Practical at core?
Thanks for feedback. I guess I was wondering about experience once you launch the enterprise app you write. Would the app work any different on iPad than it would on an Android? If not, I was just wondering if the only differentiator is the "Wow, I/they are using an iPad" factor to enhance the customer/biz user to adopt easier.
Sounds like I was right about iPad just having the momentum with developers because in the beginning, that was only choice. Just wondering if some of readers were faced with decision today to implement their first app on tablet, would they go "old school" and start disqualifying the cheaper devices for use case reasons before moving on to more expensive devices like iPad? Or is the paradigm now to say first "what device is most likely to be accepted by my users", then look at technical implementation of app. I mean, Touch is Touch when it comes to using application, isn't it? Or am I wrong, they can actually work better on iPad vs Android?
Think apps like car dealers completing sale application or cruise lines having iPads for guests to use to book services. I do get your point when comparing more generic applications like Office type app, then you do get drastic difference in function. But would the car sales app work just as well on a cheaper Android device, just not look as cool because it's not iPad?