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After public feedback, Motorola has announced that they are slowing stepping away from Motoblur after customers have complained of its poor performance.
Motorola Mobility’s Chief Executive Officer, Sanjay Jha noted that there are several improperly tested third party Android applications that are responsible for the poor performance of smartphones. The company has stated that they are currently working on a new user interface that will focus on social networking for next generation Android devices.
Indian spokesperson from Motorola stated that there are no plans to introduce the Motoblur in India.
Critiques were never that keen on Motorblur and have stated that they are excited to hear of its possible demise. Motorola will no longer use the Motorblur as a selling point for its devices --instead customers will expect plain Gingerbread on smartphones and Honeycomb on tablets.
Motorola’s attempt to build Motoblur as a distinctive user experience and vendor brand was a distraction. There has always been confusion over the Droid naming and user interface featured on Android.
Eventually, the Motoblur name will no longer be marketed.