Over the years I have watched what people are doing with android and IOS, and phones in general but the less remembered about the WAP and JME eras the better. It has been particularly interesting in watching the games and stuff crowd and how things play out there. It started off with the browser being a nice perk but now you are a bad website if you do not support mobile actively. Though the amusing counterpoint to that is "my computer got a virus, sorry I was away for a week" has morphed into "I am only on my phone right now", or "I am on my phone right now so I will do a proper reply when I get back this evening". Games started out as no way, no how competitors, to grudgingly admitting they might take a few of the "I just want some games while waiting for the bus" to today where in many cases they are a competitor to the likes of the 3ds (though I would contend anything from the game, which you just lost, on up is a competitor to the piss poor effort from the 3ds as far as its library goes). Application wise I have installed them from everything from almost embedded devices (I messed around with old phones, raspberry pis and more, in the end a £70 special tablet made for a superior music playing device for a restaurant I deal with), to dominant computer platform for general business, a personal dominant computer platform, maybe even a sole personal computer platform, to field specific (I had a chat with a house surveyor once, he had paid out for the expensive room layout software and was delighted with the new setup), to "bloody laptop, I have not used it in 3 months because tablet and now the updates... the updates" and beyond. Personally I have continued to avoid the scourge of phone and tablet ownership and if you ever watch me use on it is the perfect example of https://xkcd.com/627/ in action, there are also some shockingly poor icon makers out there. Your thoughts, observations and opinions on how you and others use andrios in 2016, and how it might compare to previous years.