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Android developer blog just published that an upcoming update fro honeycomb will bring a new screen compatibility mode to make few apps that does not behave properly on larger screen tablets.
We are just getting into Honeycomb development and hope to learn more about issues like this because one of our apps did not scale well on the larger screen (The app itself was not done properly in the first place, but we are on the path to make better apps.). According the article;
Beginning with the upcoming release, any app that does not target Android 3.0 (set either
android:targetSdkVersionto “11” or higher) or does not explicitly set
element will include a button in the system bar that, when touched, allows users to select between two viewing modes on large-screen devices
But not all need the compatibility mode, like apps that were designed for Android 3.0 and declare the either
android:targetSdkVersionwith a value of “11” or greater. These will scale well on larger and xtra larger screens. Like my Asus EEE Pad Transformer.
Android Developers Blog: New Mode for Apps on Large Screens