Android is gradually slipping down mobile programmers' priority list, with Web apps stepping in as an answer to development difficulties, according to a recent Appcelerator survey.
The survey found that the number of respondents who said they were very interested in programming for Android phones declined for the second straight quarter, falling to 78.6 percent. "What we've seen in last year is falloff in interest in Android," says Appcelerator's Mike King.
The survey also asked respondents whether Facebook or Google+ would have more of an impact on the company's social strategy, with 61 preferring Facebook and 39 percent favoring Google+.
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