Sony Ericsson pushes Androidmarket channel to spark controversy

Source: Internet
Author: User
Keywords Sony Ericsson
Tags android androidmarket application apps business button channel google
According to foreign media reports, Sony Ericsson announced the launch of its own Android harsh channel yesterday. The move, while suggesting that Google's Android Harsh is an open business platform, has also sparked some controversy. Because the Channel button replaces the "My Apps" button on the original home page, all Sony Ericsson users need to open the menu to enter their application.  Some users are dissatisfied with the changes in the operating interface. "We launched our own Android harsh channel today," Rikard Skogberg, Sony Ericsson's product manager, said on an official blog yesterday, "We're the first handset manufacturer to do this, and I'm excited about it and expect it to perform well." But it still needs the support of carriers, so not everyone can access the channel now, but most people can.  "There are only Sony Ericsson's commissioned apps on the channel, but Skogberg claims that other developers ' apps will be available to help developers win attention."  But the practice of Sony Ericsson forcing users to open menus into apps has stirred up some objections. "This is a very annoying way to ask for my permission," a user said in a message on the official blog. Sony Ericsson will have to seek the views of users before making similar changes. "Another user thinks the practice is" taken for granted "and" arrogant ". "I agree that adding additional features to the menu or homepage is fine, but there is no need to replace the functionality that a button already has," he said. Sony Ericsson needs to consult users first. "(Edited/curly-fur rabbit)
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