Before, most of Android Honeycomb users get annoyed with apps auto-adjustment that sometimes go way off from setting up the right size according to device’s display. Thus, with the new feature Honeycomb 3.2 offers, it lets users to manually resize the apps before using it.
What is the new feature really offers? With the launch of applications, a button will appear on the taskbar allowing users to select between the two viewing mode such as Stretch to fill screen and Zoom to fill screen.
Stretch to fill screen option will makes the application to forcibly stretch the application resolution display to fit the device screen display. Therefore, it results the application display might be seem distorted or stretched.
Zoom to fill screen option will result the otherwise, it zooms the application so it fits the device screen without stretching it, which made it appears better than the other option.
This new feature is available for the new Android Honeycomb 3.2, but we think it will be also available for its predecessors with a little software update.
You may like the post about The first Android Honeycomb 3.2 Tablet or if you are a Motorola Xoom reader, check out this post about Android Honeycomb 3.2 Ugrade for Motorola Xoom with HTJ85B download.
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