1 - Yes, I believe it's possible, but you need to re-submit the app.
2 - It takes Apple between 2 hours and 6 weeks to approve an app. The typical time for a new app seems to be about a week. The typical time for an update is 4-5 days.
3 - My understanding -- and I don't have all the details -- is that not allowing single-issue apps for Android was originally a business decision because it's too easy to share .apk files. But at this point, I think it's more a technical issue. Some programming work would need to be done to support single-issue viewers for Android, and other features take a higher priority. The workaround is to create a multi-issue viewer and set up in-app billing (or subscriptions) to sell your individual issues. That requires a Pro or Enterprise subscription to DPS.
On android a .apk app is limited to 50 mb. Additional Content up to 4GB can
be loaded by the app on its first start.
This need a change in workflow for the android version on the viewer side.
And it may be political, too.
Am 17.01.2012 02:32 schrieb "Bob Bringhurst - Adobe" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
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Any word on if/when a single-folio edition might be available for Kindle and other Android devices? This is becoming a stumbling block with clients ... to them a tablet's a tablet, and "because" isn't a very satisfactory response when they ask why a publication can't be on more devices.
And expecting someone to pony up for a Professional Edition subscription to publish a single annual report just isn't reasonable.
Just hoping there might be some news on this front. Thanks.