Will the Nintendo Switch run Android apps?
Nintendo has not disclosed any information for the actual specifications of the Nintendo Switch so it is currently unknown
Does nook color have android I watched a couple videos on youtube and they say it runs on android So does it means it has android like i can download apps on it or does it mean something else?
While the Nook does run Android, as yet Barnes & Noble has not enabled third-party applications on the device (either from Android Marketplace or from a B&N app store). There has been some speculation that the device will transition into a full-featured tablet in 2011, with greater flexibility to run apps, but few expect it to allow all Android apps (such as an Android version of Amazon's Kindle Reader).
Run Android apps. Since there are many manufacturers of Android hardware, the capabilities vary from one model to another. Some Android tablets have expandable memory, some have USB ports for external hardware. There aren't nearly as many apps available on an Android tablet, so if you want to limit yourself to the number of apps you could possibily install, that could count as an advantage...
Android apps include various software applications that run on Android OS, such as photo processing app, "Blur Face" (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jha.EasyFaceRetouch). Android game apps, include various kinds of games, such as shoot games: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jh.duckshooting https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jha.gunner Puzzle games: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jha.beetle https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jha.shootcell
Not in the same way as iphone. Iphone run their own separate opporating system and you can buy apps on the app store (accessable through itunes). Htc on the other hand run the Android opporating system (created by google). Simularly this has its own app store (the "Android Market") where you can download apps and games .etc.
The Android SDK or Standard Development Kit is a tool used by developers to code new Android Applications or apps. These apps are compatible with most or all Android phones depending on which versions of Android the developer chooses support (ex: Android 1.5+, Android 4.0+). If your Motorola Droid phone runs a version of Android supported by the particular application (which it almost always will), the app will install, and run on your phone.
Not necessarily. A number of apps can run on earlier versions of Android (ex: Android 2.0--Eclair). It's up to that particular app developer if they want to release an app that supports older Android versions. However, with the number of devices still supporting an older Android OS dwindling, it would be no surprise if a developer may no longer support an older OS.
there are two ways to do this, the first is by emulating the whole of an op system. One way to do this is by using bochs or qemu. search for either "android bochs" or "android qemu", that should get you started. Another way (this will only let you run dos apps) is through the app "aDosBox", this will let you run games like doom and quake but it won't get you to far into…
I would prefer android because it is an open souce operating system and it has alot of features compared to iphone. There are alot more applications that you can download and you can also download apps that are not from the offical store. Android is really simple to use. It's not the best in security but you can fix that with an antivirus. And if you want to go deeper you can root your android…
First of all, the iPad is a single product, while the Android tablet is a collection of different products. Android tablets run on Android, while the iPad runs in iOS. Ipad doesn't support flash, while Android does. The Ipad doesn't support true multitasking, while the Android does. The Ipad has more apps then the Android tablet.
It's possible, as there are DIY's on how to do it. A more commercial application is using the BlueStacks app player, which allows Android apps to run in a Windows or Mac OS environment. Some manufacturers are also coming out with desktops, laptops, and tablets that can dual-boot Android and Windows.
There are several tablet PCs that run the Android operating system. One of the most complete tablets is the Samsung Galaxy tablet. It runs Android 2.2 and can download apps from the Android Marketplace. Over half of the apps are free. What can it do? Voice and video calling. Not locked to one carrier. Cellular and WiFi internet access Web browsing (including Flash!) E-mail (Gmail) and IM Music player E-book reader GPS Camera Video player…