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For perspective, the first-gen iPhone and iPod touch are perfectly responsive, even though they're ancient in gadget years. When there are Android phones which feel as slow as crud despite featuring the same (or better) hardware as an iPhone 3GS, you have a big problem.

Google has done a lot of cool stuff for developers in the last few iterations of Android. The NDK has evolved into something quite decent, definitely good enough for writing games now. But responsiveness is the major user experience issue that they've completely failed to address.




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