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David Livermore says
Thanks, great comments. I think once you're over the apps it boils down to what "other stuff" you HAVE to use for work and personal organisation. Those factors may play a part in the decision.
Eric Hartman says
Thanks, that's 2 for Nexus :-)
Thanks, good points. I use a Nexus as I run a lot of my own small business stuff with Google apps and docs and the integration is great. For my day job I got a Windows Phone and it integrates surprisingly well with all the Office environment.
Jose Misael Polanco says
Thanks and agreed! As expected, my current Windows Phone works really well with my office Windows programs....but I still prefer my Nexus overall :-)
Thanks, I agree you really need to look at your requirements and do some research to see what phone makes sense for you.
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Thanks, I an currently using a Galaxy Nexus and toyed with the idea of switching back to iOS iPhone 5. But after taking a closer look, I'll be sticking with my Nexus & Google apps for the foreseeable future - it meets all my work & play requi