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Nov 15, 2011

We watched, we asked, we listened -- EASE for Android has arrived

550,000 activations per day, that's the last statistic I heard; it's probably already out of date. Apparently that’s how many Android devices are being brought to life each day across the globe. We've been watching Android adoption closely since we first launched EASE a year ago. There was never a doubt in our minds we'd support it, but how best to support Android users was a question we gave a great deal of thought to. You see, for all the excitement and rapid adoption, there was very little understanding of how Android was being brought to the enterprise. Even our friends at Google had very little insight into that question. So we watched and we asked and we listened. What types of apps are enterprises running on Android, where do they come from? Are you developing native apps? Is Android as important to you as iOS? Do you expect the adoption to grow?  Grow on tablets as well as phones? Who are your Android users? What type of experience do you want to provide for them? What devices matter most to them? That was a start. The answers led us to understand just how important to the enterprise this platform is and will be. So we took our time and gave our first release the care and attention it deserved and when our customers told us it was ready and our partners told us it was first rate we released it to the world. Today I am watching users register their first Android devices in EASE. Android has arrived and I couldn't be happier. Thanks team! Read full press release: Apperian Releases EASE for Android White paper: Solving Android Multiple personality disorder

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