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+ - HALE Dreamer: The Difference Between Android and Apple Accessories->

Submitted by JoeBorn
JoeBorn (625012) writes "One of the little discussed factors in the Apple v Android debate is the accessory ecosystem. Apple has fostered a robust ecosystem with a set of standards, a "MFi" verification program and reference designs. The Android ecosystem has little of that, but also none of the restrictions that go with it, this puts more work on the startups that want to get into the Android accessory space, but also gives them more freedom to innovate. HALE devices has created an alarm dock that includes an integrated Do Not Disturb feature, based on their own set of standards. Is this an area that hurts or helps Android?"
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HALE Dreamer: The Difference Between Android and Apple Accessories

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