Probably the biggest news for webOS users to come out of the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas was the revelation that just before HP put a halt to webOS in August of 2011, a technology company named OpenMobile was engaged in talks with HP to implement a technology which would allow webOS devices to run Android Apps, and immediately eliminate the app selection shortage which many consider to be the single biggest obstacle to webOS growth.
This technology, which was demonstrated live at CES, is in an advanced stage of development and only needs tweaks to be ready for deployment. It allows Android apps to run as a card completely inside webOS - with this technology there is no need to install Android and dual boot. If you are a webOS user who would like to have the ability to run Android apps added to webOS using OpenMobile's system, please sign this petition so we can let both HP and OpenMobile know how much demand there is for this exciting new feature to be added. You can make a difference!
Lastly, don't just sign the petition and be done with it. Like it on Facebook, Tweet it, Digg it, copy the link and share it in blog comments, discussion forums - any and every place where people that use webOS gather together and talk about it. Let's each play a part in making sure the whole webOS community knows about this exciting development and that everyone gets the opportunity to have their voice heard loud and clear!