I know that this suggestion repetitive, but first, please read this statics:
"in Feb 2012, According Andy Rubin, father of android:
*Google's mobile platform is up 250% over last years &
*Google is seeing 850,000 activitios every day!
*There are 300 million Google-sanctioned Android devise roaming the world, 12 million of them tablets. That number doesn't include devises like the kindle fire that do not use google services.
*Last year at mobile world congress, there were more than 150,000 apps in the android market. Now, in the early months of 2012, there are more than 450,000 apps available."
Please create mood tracker for android too...
All of us, thousand users of android that need medic apps!
Please create mood tracker & other apps for android platform quickly.
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