Android Market Now Lists Handset Compatibility
Google has added a feature to the Android Market that lets developers specify which handsets their application will work with best. The tool should help prevent customers from downloading apps that aren't supported by their handsets.
Microsoft Lets Android Owners Compare Apps
Microsoft has released a new tool aimed at helping people switch from an Android smartphone to a Windows smartphone. AppComparison, an app for Android handsets, scans the device for apps and then finds the corresponding Windows apps.
Google Provides More Details About Android 7.1 for Non-Pixel Phones
Google today talked about several new features headed to Nougat within Android 7.1. While the recently-announced Pixel handsets will ship with their own version of Android 7.1 (including Google Assistant), this iterative update will eventually be made available to Nexus and other phones.
Android O to Feature Picture-In-Picture and Improved Security
Google today provided more details about the next version of Android at its I/O developer conference. One of the biggest additions to the platform is picture-in-picture for mobile phones.
Google to Surface iOS App Content in Search Results
Google today enabled a new functionality that will let the Google Search app find content within iOS apps and include that data in search results. Users will then be able to select the search results and go directly to the associated app on their phone.
Good, but nearly pointless
Netflix also has a list of "supported" phones and people still comment how it doesn't work on their unsupported phone and bash them for the app.
It would make common sense that people wouldn"t dow load what is not supported, but clearly they don't pay attention.
This will be nice for the people that do though!