And then there’s the issue of apps – specifically the lack thereof. There aren’t a whole lot of quality applications for Android tablets, and while Rubin doesn’t seem to think that’s a big concern, it most definitely is. He’s right in saying that Android’s wide reach over devices makes it a little difficult to create compatible apps, but they still need to be created.
Rubin almost dumped it all in the laps of the developers, which probably isn’t the road he should be taking. But he did admit that Google’s inferior sales numbers makes it a less exciting prospect than developing for the iPad, saying that the company needs to make it more enticing to developers.
via The Verge