Am I the only one who isn’t excited about Google’s latest and official release of Android Honeycomb? I mean, I am happy that the Android tablet market will now start growing effectively while utilizing something specifically made for tablets rather than stretching out Froyo on tablets. But I still have a grudge.
Google still, and looks like will always, create unpolished and developer grade Android releases. Froyo was a major showcase for an unpolished interface and unthought through OS features. Honeycomb is now another example. Google has over complicated and feature-stuffed their latest release that I can seriously see it unusable as well as unattractive and confusing for the average consumer.
Seriously Google, stop hiring more and more engineers and developers and start hiring plenty more human interaction engineers and professional interface designers. Your customers will thank you.