Thursday, 21 June 2018

Don't compare Apples and Androids

By Noam Green, Mobixell
Wednesday 29 June 11

Different mobile devices require different methods of video optimisation.

Apple and Android devices run different operating systems, offer different online stores and play video in different formats and sizes. Furthermore, different devices within each product set have almost as many differences between them – for example, the iPad is not just a big iPhone. Since video is perceived as a key indicator of an operator's network quality, whether for an Apple or an Android device, or even a new HTC running Windows Phone 7, operators need specific…

Apple and Android devices run different operating systems, offer different online stores and play video in different formats and sizes. Furthermore, different devices within each product set have almost as many differences between them – for example, the iPad is not just a big iPhone. Since video is perceived as a key indicator of an operator's network quality, whether for an Apple or an Android device, or even a new HTC running Windows Phone 7, operators need specific…

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