All Android devices offer the user some form of external storage. The storage may be a separate partition of flash memory in the device or bone-fide external storage like an SD-memory card. As developers we need to be aware of the pros and cons of using this type of storage.
I would like to start by saying that I really enjoy Charles Stross’ novels, you should really check them out. I don’t agree with his latest blog post about the Android ecosystem and it has prompted me to defend Android on a number of points.
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