5 Interesting Unknown Facts About Android

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    Google is an important company when it comes to our lives. We search probably for everything on Google. Besides, Android is one of the most popular phone on the world in terms of sales. It also makes Google, a company to reckon with.

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    Number of Android devices outnumber Windows devices in terms of sales. More people access the internet using Android than any other platform. The affordability and accessibility of Android and Google Products make them special. Lets look at some lesser known facts about Google.

    Android was made for Digital Cameras

    Android's founder Andy Rubin developed Android for digital cameras. However, he later recognised its potential to challenge Windows Mobile way past in 2008 and create an Android Smartphone as a parallel to the Windows platform.

    Google was funded by US governmental agencies

    It is said that Google's angel investors were agencies that could be closely linked to the US government.These are speculated to include security agencies affiliated to the US government as Google's superior technology could be used by US government and military forces to have have better technology.

    Android Marshmallow does not forget

    Features like App data back up in the latest Marshmallow 6.0 backs up all passwords into the Google Servers. There is no choice where this option can be surpassed.

    Google gets away with it, not always

    Governing bodies across Europe and even Asia have charged Google with violating competition commission laws and for Anti-trust violations. It is far out of the reach of ordinary individuals to file cases in the Court againt Google. Antitrust violations make Google liable for disrupting traditional business. Russia has found Google to be guilty on several accounts.

    Google's makes android for the people

    Google is a peoples phone. It often tweaks its own rules when large hordes of Android users request it to do so. Google had initially decided to do away with memory cards in its KitKat version but then bounced back to continuing with memory cards in all future versions.



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