It’s common knowledge that big companies (carriers and phone makers) tend to spoil the stock Android experience with their poor software layers. While Samsung’s TouchWiz has evolved to a point where it’s not so troublesome, LG and Motorola have a lot to learn. Well, at least Moto is giving up the MOTOBLUR… branding.


The info came while the new Motorola Photon 4G was being showcased by the company. None of the press materials mentioned the interface and a spokesperson for Motorola confirmed that the manufacturer will stray from this branding as soon as possible, quoting bad public feedback for Motoblur.

All I can say is thank God and we’ve heard that Moto might adopt a new interface, after purchasing 3LM, maybe focusing on their enterprise features.  Meanwhile, some folks at Motorola are still praising the deceased UI…

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