Currently, worldwide market share reports state that Android has about 80% of mobile sales and growing steadily, while iOS is dropping. In the U.S. it is less so, but Android is still over 60%. In May, the Samsung Galaxy S5 was the second-best selling smartphone in the U.S., and Samsung as a single brand sells more than Apple, with 37% of sales over the most recent 3-month reporting period. (Source: http://news.yahoo.com/despite-iphone-6-hype-android-continues-dominate-ios-175728413.html, http://www.businessinsider.com/iphone-v-android-market-share-2014-5, etc.) Apple has been proudly claiming that despite much lower sales their devices are still used more on the web, but very soon that will no longer be true either. (Source: http://bgr.com/2014/07/01/android-market-share-q2-2014/)
Given that reality, I would think that supporting Android would be at least as important as iOS, or even more so. However, as I have said in https://startupwp.com/topic/toggle-menu-with-submenus/ and https://startupwp.com/topic/page-refreshes-if-submenu-on-toggle-menu-is-open/, I have tried to use three different Android devices:
- Samsung Galaxy S5 (the top-selling Android cell phone by far)
- Fujitsu ARROWS cell phone (an example of a different brand)
- Acer Iconia Tab A100 (7″ Android tablet)
All of them behave exactly the same way with the new toggle menu on StartupPro 2.5. If a menu item has both a page link (or custom link – anything except just “#”) and a submenu, you cannot use the submenu on any Android device I have tested.