I've read some of the docs about crosswalk like for instance https://software.intel.com/en-us/xdk/docs/why-use-crosswalk-for-android-... ´ I've got a app that's just a normal app framework app, not using WebGL and stuff like that. However i have a few css things that makes the app look and run bad on my Android running on version 4.1.2. I tried to build the app as crosswalk which fixed this issues and the app was now looking and running good on this device. I also have another Android device with version 4.4.2 which runs good using crosswalk, however this app also works fine using the normal cordova build which the other device didn't. This leaves me with two questions.
1. If i only allow the app to run on Android 4.4+ devices and build using cordova without crosswalk, can i rely that it will work since it worked on my android 4.4 device? I'm wondering since in the link added earlier there's this sentence that says "We recommend that you test your app on distinct Android 4.0, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 and 4.4 versions from a variety of manufacturers to make sure that your HTML5 app works consistently." if building for cordova without crosswalk i assume and allowing theese versions. Does this mean that above 4.4+ my application will work even if not using crosswalk since it works on my 4.4 device?
2. This leads me to my second question, my app works fine using crosswalk on the 4.1 and 4.4 android devices tested. Can i now rely that my app will work on all 4+ or atleast 4.1+ devices if using crosswalk or do i still need to test as many devices and versions as possible like i would if i allowed theese versions building with just cordova and not crosswalk?
Any help or input is highly appreciated, Thanks alot!