Support android as well as iDevices
I'm not sure if this is a big one or not, but I know that Android uses a form of WebKit for the built-in browser so it can't be too far removed from the iPhone / iPad
NB - technically you can install Opera or another browser, but most people don't
Limited support for Android 2.x since Highcharts 2.2. See http://www.highcharts.com/documentation/compatibility#android2.
One workaround to get highcharts working on android 2.x is instaling Firefox browser.
Alexandre Quinto commented
This change applies to Highstock?
so will this get working o n existing A2.x? soon ? any idea / timeframe ? cos most of our clients would be on android 2.x tablets also, and i still cant see highcharts on this platform .. a very imp point
Zoltán Ludányi commented
1 vote for android
if it works for android web view then it will be a great thing.
In the meantime, you can use other browsers in your android to show SVG (e.g. Opera).
The charts run on an android device in my experience but I consider android support the ability to scale the chart to the screen, something Highcharts doesn't currently support.
i too would love to have it on android or mobile devices
I second David's remark. I'm looking for a charts library and Highcharts is simply awesome, but lack of Android support is a problem for me. I'll take a look at 1.x versions though (and keep my fingers crossed for SVG support in Gingerbread).
Google are deliberately excluding SVG support from the Android build process, but they have said that SVG will be supported in a "future version". The speculations say version 3.0 or Gingerbread.
If you don't need the new features of Highcharts version 2.0, version 1.x is supported on Android.
David King commented
PS - I'll be after a developer license once it's running on Android too :-)
PPS - Mobile stats, just in case you need extra persuasion http://is.gd/eOXCb