When the browser doesn't win, Android is close behind. Camera designers, threatened by cellphones with good lenses, put Android on cameras so you can run Instagram on a Nikon. There are Android refrigerators, car stereos, televisions, even headphones. Some complain that the UI is too complicated, but that's missing the point. The UI layer can be simplified. If Android is underneath, the platform will dominate.
Plus, PC manufacturers are feeling left out. Their solution? Run Android on Windows and let people use Android apps on their desktops, too. Some run stock Android emulators, but others are creating brands like "PC Plus." Once Android takes over the PC, it may combine with the browser to push Windows apps into a distant third place on the box.