Yes, it gets asked nearly every other page. No definitive answer yet. Very few phones are capable, and there is no consistency in how Android handles USB audio when it does. I don't think CEntrance should waste too much time on it. And this is coming from an Android user.
A miscalculation would leave a lot of potential sales out for Centrance. Base on a 2012 statistic, Android has the highest market share with 46.9% – the iPhone has 28.7%. Android is expected to continue the uptrend. Mike has already spent a lot of time on it, it makes sense to go just one more step and get that 46.9 % of the market share (which is really about selling more units and it could very well triple that sales), they can do it on a Version 2 release and an offer to upgrade the first release for $50/$100 bucks (like a service they offer for 1 ohm mod) and I know its not that hard as I saw a whole list of portable amps/Dac that already support Android 4.
And since it was mention that " it gets asked nearly every other page." Centrance should really sit up, notice it, as android is a force to be reckon with.
List of Dac/Amp that work with Android here:
A product that support multiple OS is a product that will propel itself into the future. Even hardcore company like Apple decided to yield to demands and release drivers to support window 7 on their MACs & oh boy, they sell like hot cakes.
Edited by Audiowood - 4/4/13 at 10:08am