Das Gegenteil von gut ist gut gemeint.
I’ve been using a Nexus One for a month or so now and there is one singular annoyance that continues to frustrate – the heavy reliance on the Menu button to access critical app functionality. [...]
Turns out, this is a by-product of an evolving operating system for multiple hardware devices. While Android officially requires a touchscreen for Android devices that want to have the ability to install 3rd party apps, there isn’t much that cannot be done by navigating using hard buttons. And, if I’m not mistaken, it wasn’t until Android 2.0 that more softkey functionality was made available. [...]
My reaction to this is, yeah, that makes sense. But, every time I have to tap multiple times to get to something in that Menu area, I find it frustrating.
Windows umschift diese Klippe mit Windows Mobile 7 und legt fest, welche Tasten ein 7er Telefon haben muss.
→ Andrew Crow: An Observation about Android’s Menu Key