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The new version of Microsoft OneNote for iPad, iPhone and Android devices is available, with a new uniform UI and collaboration and syncing options.
As the iPad and Windows 8 are readied for market, Google is doing what it can to jumpstart Android development for tablets (and smartphones). Today, Google launched Android Design 2 UI frameworks for developers.
The user interface of Samsung's Galaxy Tab slate, as revealed in a teaser video earlier this week, is a rip-off of Apple's iPad user interface, so claims The Gadgets.
The iPad is quickly becoming my go to travel device and with better and better Office document applications appearing it becomes even more useful. Quickoffice just released their completely redesigned software that includes elements taking advantage of the size and UI of the iPad.
In a screed titled iPad Usability: First Findings From User Testing, user interface guru Jakob Nielsen offers up a long list of interface problems with the iPad. The "problem" is that the iPad platform is so fresh, and Apple is being surprisingly open to interface experiments, that developers are all over the map (or the touch screen) with interaction ideas.
Jakob Nielsen's iPad usability report makes interesting reading. The conclusions drawn about iPad apps suggest that developers need to pay much more attention to the user interface (or UI) of the apps in order to eliminate the mid-1990s "mystery meat" usability issues.
HP has released a few teaser details of its upcoming iPad, um, I mean Slate device. While the company is betting the farm on Adobe Flash and AIR support being enough to give it the edge over the iPad, I can already see the device's biggest weakness - Windows 7. Or more specifically, the problems of taking a cursor-based desktop OS user interface (UI) and expecting the Windows paradigms, complete with little icons, small click areas, scrollbars and so on, to work well without a mouse.
Google has floated some user interface and design mockups for its own tablet that will run on the Chrome OS.
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