Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Android Intents

Perhaps a very distinctive thing about Android is the ability for applications to launch other apps or easily share content. Back in the days of iOS 1.0, it quickly became obvious that applications couldn't really talk to each other (at least non-Apple applications), even after the first iOS SDK was released. Before iOS 6, attaching a photo or a video to an email you were already composing was definitely a chore. It was not until Apple added the ability in iOS 6 that this was really possible. Android, on the other hand, was designed to support this behavior since day one. There are other simple examples where it really becomes clear how different both platforms behave. Imagine the following scenario: you take a picture and want to retouch it with some image editing app, and later share it on Instagram.

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