We’re back with a new episode of OMG/JK, and it’s a good one.
This last week has been full of controversy — from the launch of Color, the photo-swapping app that raised $41 million pre-launch, to reports that Google is not planning to open-source the tablet version of Android any time soon. And, as you’d expect, MG and I have some differing opinions about what that means for Android’s status as “Open”. This week also brings the launch Amazon’s Appstore, which will face off with Google’s official Android Market.
Here are some posts relevant to this episode’s discussion:
- Color Looks To Reinvent Social Interaction With Its Mobile Photo App (And $41 Million In Funding)
- The Color Of Money
- Amazon’s Android App Store Launches: Test Drive Apps Directly From Your Browser