Although we love Android, we can't deny that Google's operating system is just a few steps below Apple & # 39; s Apple in another aspect. One of the points of rapid development is separation, and as we all know, in the current market there are many Android phones, each with different hardware, each with a different version of Android and each with a road map based on updates and security protections too. something different.
Android segmentation is not the only problem for users who see it as their newly purchased phone – standard low and medium model – will not update to the latest versions of Android, but also many app developers who have to sync their creations to most Android phones and operating system versions.
One of the last victims of cracking It's been a product called Momment, known for creating lenses, angles, telephoto lenses and other cellular products, which recently announced deactivate your Android camera app due to crashes.
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We're talking about the Moment Pro Camera at the time. It's a "professional" photography app with many options and functions. The app, available on both iOS and Android, arrived give us more control over images captured on a smartphone, with improved controls such as shooting speed, ISO quality, exposure value, focus type and white balance.
As we read in the latest statement on the company's official website, the Android app will stop updating basically due to cracks.
According to Moment, they initially do not have enough power to constantly update their tool. This is because Different genres tend to drastically change different Android versions So adapting the Moment Pro Camera to each of them is a titanic task, something that has made them give up and focus on other projects.
We will continue to make iOS apps because we think the application is robust and stable
Moment Pro Camera will remain in the Play Store for everyone who wants to continue using it even though they have already seen the app store itself saying the app has stopped getting support from developers. In the meantime it will continue to work on other mobile apps even though they see that they will only focus on iOS. For them it is a more efficient and more robust system, since there are no different versions and above all, being one type.
As we've been saying for a long time, segmentation is one of the good things – not to mention one of Android's biggest problems. The fact that many different models live together in the same market, with their different Android and customized models is not a problem for users but for the developers themselves. It's also a problem with Google or I don't do much to fix it