The Demise of the Android Widget

The race for simplicity in the mobile space is something that has always fascinated me. Over the years, in the space of mobile app and operating system design, there has been a prioritization on the simplification of things for the end user. The reason for this is vague and multifaceted, but a focus on a mirroring of software and hardware seems to be the reason for this. Hardware design has taken away buttons and ports, so as a…

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Freelance technology and lifestyle writer. Lover of all things with a screen. Newsletter: hexagon.substack.com

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