Tuesday, March 6, 2012

 Are you a Android Lover as well as Android Apps ? So sorry for you if you are still grabbing a 2G Network with Slooow Internet when compared to others. Now you have to jump to a Wi-Fi connection to Download your Favorited Android Apps. 


 An Announcement By Android Team At Google is the basis of our preference because Android has now Broken down the File Size Limit Of 50 MB By Shifting it to a Big 4 GB Size. This news has a double face. Through this, Developers are happy because they can leave their tension about App's Size limit when Developing an Android Powered Application(I Think they will not do so because they must be knowing the user's attitude to download such big Application) But in other case, Its a sad news for Users who have been using slow internet. 

  According to the announcement, developers will now be able to attach two additional extra files to their apps with a filesize limit of 2GB each. That means that apps could now become as big as 4GB and change. The team officially said that

      "Android applications have historically been limited to a maximum size of 50MB. This works for most apps, and smaller is usually better — every megabyte you add makes it harder for your users to download and get started. However, some types of apps, like high-quality 3D interactive games, require more local resources."

       As per the post, Android team is expecting a lot of Android Apps which will include 3D Graphics, Audio and Video support such Letting Those Apps To Be Interactive. Users will get a notification when they try to download a big Sized Application for which is to get into a fast Internet Connection if they are not in such one.


 The action is non other than great but think that this will stuck some Android devices when Downloading those big Apps. Hope it may not initiate a trend of app developers bloating their wares with unnecessary files or skipping out on optimizing files for the best mobile performance. The Next statistics report Of Android App Downloads will prove Whether the Action is right or not. Whatever it is, this action will force Mobile Device manufacturers to Upgrade their device's Internal Memory.