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By backtothemac, Member on 25th February 2011, 10:05 PM
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I understand that logmein is coming, but where is weatherbug? Does anyone have the xoom version? I download it from the market and it is identical to the version that I have on my DX. Is it out yet? When is it coming? Etc.
 
 
25th February 2011, 10:14 PM |#2  
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I dunno, but this is definately the place to ask.

/sarcasm
25th February 2011, 10:20 PM |#3  
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I understand that logmein is coming, but where is weatherbug? Does anyone have the xoom version? I download it from the market and it is identical to the version that I have on my DX. Is it out yet? When is it coming? Etc.

Weatherbug for honeycomb is not out yet. Its still in beta stage and can't be downloaded.
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Logmein for Android works fine for now.

I haven't had too many problems for most apps. Not ideal but they work for the moment.
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Logmein for Android works fine for now.

I haven't had too many problems for most apps. Not ideal but they work for the moment.

Actually Logmein doesn't work at all. It won't connect to the machine. They say that they are aware and an update is coming, but no timeline as to when.
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Weatherbug for honeycomb is not out yet. Its still in beta stage and can't be downloaded.

Actually it is available, as a beta, in the Market - here.
26th February 2011, 12:56 AM |#7  
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Actually it is available, as a beta, in the Market - here.

Wont let me install it from the market. My device list is there but not highlighted/not selectable. Interesting...
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Guys, this is the first Honeycomb device that came out yesterday. The full SDK just came out 3 days ago. Its gonna take a little time before we see tablet apps. Just give it a little time! they will come.
26th February 2011, 01:43 AM |#9  
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Guys, this is the first Honeycomb device that came out yesterday. The full SDK just came out 3 days ago. Its gonna take a little time before we see tablet apps. Just give it a little time! they will come.

Agreed. I am sure we will see plenty apps over the coming months.
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Agreed. I am sure we will see plenty apps over the coming months.

Especially considering that Google implemented the "Fragments UI" idea in the latest SDK. From my understanding, this will allow the devs to make apps that work with both tablets and phones, where the UI will scale to different sizes for the different areas, instead of having 2 different apps.
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Especially considering that Google implemented the "Fragments UI" idea in the latest SDK. From my understanding, this will allow the devs to make apps that work with both tablets and phones, where the UI will scale to different sizes for the different areas, instead of having 2 different apps.

Does that mean that the apps will be larger so I can download even fewer of them to my limited Nexus One storage?

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