Android-based smartphones have been faster to sell its rivals. Every manufacturer seems to be using an Android-based mobile phone depending on your device. The diversity of applications for Android soared and feeds on the popularity of the platform. What is the future of Android have? Android is the future of the cloud?
For most, the prospects are quite bright Android. Android has been well-sold the iPhone. The number of applications available for Android to grow. Android is currently also in areas other than smartphones. Samsung has recently launched a tablet based on Android to compete with the Apple iPad and plans are underway for Google TV set-top box platform based on Android.
Although the adoption of Android brings fast a cloud has been recently launched in the future of Android in life. Oracle, Sun Microsystems, which recently acquired a patent lawsuit against Android. The lawsuit alleges that Dalvik was injured a number of patents acquired in Java, Oracle, Sun see this request to throw a cloud not only over the future of the Android platform, but also the future of Java itself, it also led to a number of old open-source projects, so apart as they flee the community of open source Oracle.
When talking about whether the future of Android is cloudy, we also need to consider a different interpretation of "disorder". Android is unique among smartphone platforms. The main competitors were largely as an extension of a desktop operating system built. Windows CE and Windows Mobile are designed to be synchronized with a desktop PC for files and e-mail from a desktop system "mobile". The iPhone is largely based on a MacOS, and is an extension of a mobile computer-based Mac. Android, however, was designed from the Internet. As a result, Android is based primarily on cloud computing for data storage. This creates a form of data storage that resides anywhere "in the clouds." Can I add a contact to my Android phone and watch it on my desktop Gmail. If you replace your phone, enter your username and password, and all my contacts and the data there. That is because they exist in the cloud - not in my phone or desktop computer.
Cloud computing is a natural evolution of existing computing paradigms. With mainframe computing power was centralized and users access data through thin terminals. As the team left, we saw the fat desktop applications for clients. This eventually gave rise to the Web Application Server and thin-client browser-based heavy. Cloud computing is a natural progression of this process. Android cloud computing-style can be described as fat in the fat client database. This is because the client software tends to most of the heavy lifting in terms of different applications to run on Android. We have a large server in this model, because to raise the server-side code is not really much harder. However, our data storage is almost entirely in the cloud "database of the fat," he says.
We ask ourselves, the future is clouded by Android? In many ways, the question is a complex play on words. Yes, Oracle's complaint casts a shadow over the future of the Androi D and Java. Android and the use of cloud data storage is likely to continue to develop as a computing paradigm. In this regard, the future of Android is certainly clear. Meanwhile, Android has a bright future. There is a strong sales and is a platform that will extend to other devices. In addition, the success of Android cloud model, contributed to its growth. The future of Android is cloudy, but mostly it's a good thing.