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Android Mobile AccessiblityIt takes less time to develop apps for the Android platform than for either iOS or Windows Phone, according to a new survey by Evans Data. Forty-one percent of developers targeting Android said their typical app is finished in one month or less, compared with 36% for iOS and 34% for Windows Phone. On all platforms, the largest part of the time is spent on testing and debugging, except for Firefox and Tizen, where coding takes more time. Android, which surpassed iOS in 2011 as the top development target for smartphones, is now also targeted by more developers than any other operating system for tablets. Eighty-four percent of those targeting tablets target Android, compared with 62% targeting iOS and 52% targeting Windows. The survey included 464 developers actively developing apps for mobile devices. Read more

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