Instagram release illustrates why developers pick iOS over Android | Macworld
Instagram finally came to Android a year and a half after its iPhone launch. Words With Friends and Angry Birds took a while, too. Infinity Blade's developers say their iOS app will never come to Android. Why are developers considering Android an afterthought at best? Staff writer Lex Friedman says it falls down to two things: Money and simplicity.
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