Originally Posted by HarryT
Simply a question of "where the money is", I think; the iPad dominates the tablet market, so naturally that's where the development effort is concentrated.
I can understand that to a point. But, one would expect their own Android tablet to be comparable to their flagship iPad app. Based on what you're saying, one could assume that the Vox stock reader app will continue to be lacking in features since it's simply the Android tablet app. That seems to be the attitude with Kobo because you can't get any questions answered about missing features in the Android app. Seems like they don't want to come out and say, "The iPad app is the main focus of our development efforts."
Heck, they don't even have a tablet version of the Android app in the Google Market. Many people have large screen Android tablets now. This isn't early 2011 when there was just the Motorola Xoom. All that's available is the lackluster phone version of the app which was updated in June to include Reading Life features. There have been no updates since then.