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I know it would be great to have apps for Androind like we have for iPhone. But I'm not sure we will start working on developing apps for other platforms till summer. We don't want to create just an average app, at the same time a good app requires a lot of work, especially at the beginning...
there's a good app on android market called 'GMAT Review' by Watercress/Waterfall something... very good actually for revising content 'on the road'
I searched on the android market but didn't find the app you recommended. I own Motorola Milestone (currently rooted and running CM6 froyo)
As far as, GMATClub's app for Android is concerned, when I bought my Android phone (got on quarter price from my employer) instead of iPhone (couldn't afford), I asked "bb" it would be great if we had an app for Android Phones. And according to him, working on iPhone's apps is already consuming a lot of walker's time and it won't be possible in near future. And also, it is a totally different platform and you need a developer for that as well. So, it will take time to develop a good quality app (quality is what we need). Just my 2 cents
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A couple weeks ago the professor at one of my classes asked students to raise their hands if they have Android cellphones, and only 3 out of 60 raised hands. At the same time I saw that there were probably 15-20 iPhone's users in the classroom (1:5 ratio for sure). Then the professor asked whether they buy something from Android Market, only one said yes and other guy just tried to say something between yes and no After that I heart some "nice" words about system incompatibility between different Android OS but that's another issue. Although we started developing Android version of our apps, I'm still questioning whether Android will gain momentum in app sales...
In 2011, there is an opportunity and a need now for a good quality GMAT Android app. Unfortunately, none worth noting currently exist in the Android Market. I have tried them all. Google the market share of Android users today.