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    A challenge to Fanboys on both camps, add, refute, dis-prove.

    Basically this is all about the goodness of one O.S. vs. the other.

    Part 1


    Part 2


    Part 3


    Part 4


    Part 5



    if this has been posted here, just delete the thread.

    let's hear from the other side as well.
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    Moved thread to off topic.

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    Re: first video-- some interesting comparisons. Haven't looked at the others, yet.
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    Saw part of the first video.

    Android is definitely the better phone OS, no doubt, I've used it for years and wouldn't switch.



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    The second video really demonstrates the walled "garden" that is IOS, versus the widely integrated, and customization potential of Android.

    The only reason people go with Apple, is because of advertising pressure. That's it.
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    I have some iOS fanboi friends to whom I'd love to send this thread; however, they would probably snail mail me a dead fish in revenge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob_of_QF View Post
    The second video really demonstrates the walled "garden" that is IOS, versus the widely integrated, and customization potential of Android.

    The only reason people go with Apple, is because of advertising pressure. That's it.
    Haven't watched it yet, but from my experience -

    On iOS it's a matter of doing things differently...on android it's a matter of NOT having...

    There are many apps android will never get..that's where I place the weight of the argument. I'm not staring at the screen looking at app arrangements, nor do I get excited about being able to use some other developers dress ups other than googles native one.

    What I'm excited about it actually USING apps...and the ones I like (pages, iannotate, etc) are either not available on android, or..gimped.




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    That's for you though. I haven't found anything I can not do on Android that I could on iOS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfmetcalf View Post
    That's for you though. I haven't found anything I can not do on Android that I could on iOS.
    Right.

    I could use the CNN app without crashing, have more formatting options and a smoother experience with pages, have access to much better hand writing/note taking apps, load and navigate many huge PDF files at once, smoothly, and make annotations..many more "free app of the day" and app sales..iTunes university, and, well...simply many more apps that aren't on android...


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    Quote Originally Posted by bfmetcalf View Post
    That's for you though. I haven't found anything I can not do on Android that I could on iOS.
    Just "for the record" as it were, when we travel in the UK, we enjoy bird watching do Mrs J43 & me

    Now, on iOS there are several highly commended apps for UK Birds. On android we have 2 main contenders...
    1. "App A" - we have 3 android devices. My tf101, a Samsung Galaxy S (stuck on 2.2) & MrsJ43s Lenovo A1 tablet running Gingerbread.
    This app refuses to load on the tf101, force closes on the SGS & is " incompatible" on the Lenovo.
    2. "App B" - requires that I install the app & then visit a file sharing website, manually download a zip archive, unzip this archive & manually copy it to the Android device for the app to work

    Both these apps are paid for apps. Needless to say I got a refund on A & refuse to buy B.

    I personally don't consider bird watching a niche hobby unlikely to get support from buyers, but that's the choice for UK birds - on Android
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