Unlike many others which I have seen in the recent past, this infographic delivers a ton of data in a very clear, concise, easy to parse way.
I can't stand those infographics that just throw a bunch of numbers onto a canvas and expect it to make any sense. There was one on bottled water  that was a perfect example of this.
Sadly, they never responded to my improvement suggestion list. Now I see why.
The same argument has been made for years for Mac specific apps. I for one am pretty glad that Panic has not taken the time to port any of their apps to windows, it has let them continue to make some of the best software in the world. None of their attention has been diverted to porting what they have already done.
Though that uptake may not translate to a non-game app. Particularly in a niche skewed so heavily toward Apple's base, rather than Google's. And hinging on a component that reviews very well out of the box on the iPhone and as middling on many Android models.
 Caveat two: he was using Unity middleware, which greatly lowers the effort of porting.
This should be an HTML document – if only to make it at least a tiny bit more accessible and also to allow you to, for example, copy text. So sure, that’s not so nice.
But what’s your problem with packaging information this way? Scrolling (and not paging) is one of the most elemental properties of the web. They could have added interactivity but that’s additional work you can’t really demand.
I don’t understand what you want.