The company didn't completely forget about the Android OS either. CNET says that the browser for that system is in work.
We tested out the app and it does feel pretty unique and intuitive. Search was fast, and the ability to add pages to a read it later list is an awesome feature that we wished more browsers implemented.
Instead of just strictly searching for results and then redirecting you to the iPad's native Safari, Yahoo has taken the extra step out and lets you do everything in one place. It's easy to tell that Yahoo really thought about the end user and how they would use the app.