Google Plans to Launch ‘Style Guide’ for Android Apps

You may recognize or practice that apps on Android’s Market don’t bound to follow any law unless they are not malevolent. It is also noticed that Google doesn’t have firm principles for what is not or is not permitted for apps in selling point of view for the development of a platform. On the other side, Apple is famous for its rigid Human Interference Guidelines (HIG) that developers are going mad about every day.

On app’s appearance and feel Apple wanted to comment how it is, and wants its customers to have reliable understanding when using their iOS instrument.

The Verge reports that Android will soon adopt a similar model for its latest OS Android 4.0 (codenamed: Ice Cream Sandwich or ICS)

The Director of Android OS, Matias Duarte said that on its way is the style guide for Android OEMs and app developers, report claimed. The guidelines are assumed to be radical and can be viewed here.

What is reporting us seemed to be nothing more than suggestions at the moment. I don’t know about others, but I personally not ready to see things as they were presented in the report. What I assume that Android is planning to begin reviewing apps a little more closely in the coming days. There is no doubt that no gadget is as better as the software it is running and the search giant primarily wants to have all world-class apps running on its devices.

We are looking up to collect as much information as possible on this. We will get back to you as soon as guidelines find their way to the web. Stay tuned.

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