Android Honeycomb Music App Gives Closer Attention to UI
Launching something new is amazing. First, we would always start our plan by conducting small research and continue with scheduling the creation of the products. That’s also what the Android Honeycomb Music App does. When the company has decided to make certain app, the research was done, and the next stage is doing something to execute it.
A few days ago, exactly December 2010, the Android Honeycomb Music App was in the buzz because of the leaked information onto the internet that the application is now being accomplished. The Honeycomb’s music player is getting closer to perfection with its big improvement on the original one. The graphic of the music app proved it, like you see on the picture, and it sounds to be something anticipated that the new app will come with sliding tabs.
That leaked info was gathered from XDA Developers forum member johnnie93, thanks to him, and TechRadar knew well how to play around with it. Some told us that app was still bringing a few lacks when we compared it to the Gingerbread like the wireless syncing which isn’t working yet. The UI itself is told often as the one gets closer to the iPod interface. Are you happy with this?