Hi all, Been pretty much an iOS user for the past few years having an iPhone. I'm looking to get a tablet this fall/winter season, and I been a little disappointed with Apple's pricing on the new tablets especially given the small capacity. As a result I have been looking at Android tablets, specifically the Nexus 10 which the new version should be announced sometime soon, and if its base storage is 32GB, it will be a strong contender for me to get one. That being said, I have never used Android so I have some questions about it. Excuse me if I portray any ignorance, it is just because I do not know anything about Android, and this is not a troll thread. So my first question is that I have noticed there is a lot of diversity among Android devices that range from screen resolution, to hardware power, to actual OS running on the device. So when developers make apps, do they make them for the top tier Android devices or devices that are more abundant? I've tried browsing the Google Play Store a bit, and I don't really see much description of say what res the app is running. My concern is that if I buy the Nexus 10, a lot of apps would be designed for devices with lower res so it would not look as good, or take full advantage of the power. Thank you.