Which is better, iPhone or Android?

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  1. ezhang profile image80
    ezhangposted 13 years ago

    Which is better, iPhone or Android?

    I heard both has their own merits, what's your take on this?


  2. profile image50
    tina1234posted 13 years ago

    Some Android phones are not inferiorer than iPhone, such as ZTE V880 and Sansuang i5700. This year Android phone will become popular!

  3. larryfreeman profile image83
    larryfreemanposted 13 years ago

    In my view, the iPhone is currently better.  That may change over time.

    I currently have the iPhone 4 (personal phone) and a Droid cell phone (work phone).

    I find the iPhone has far more applications that are at a more sophisticated level.  In many cases, the application that I want exists only on the iPhone.

    I also find myself using the iPhone more.  My most popular applications are the ipod, the camera, and the HubPages app (OK, I wrote the original version of the HubPages app so I'm biased).

    I think that over time, the Android phones will probably become more popular than the iPhone.  From my perspective, it feels a lot like the Apple vs. PC choice that occurred after the Mac came out and when Windows 3.1 came out.

    The experience of the iPhone is much richer and there seems to be more sophisticated stuff you can do.  The Android comes in greater varieties and it's rapidly improving.

  4. magento profile image59
    magentoposted 13 years ago

    iPhone is a pure leader on the market of mobile apps. Adroid is trying to keep up with it. If you gonna but something today I would recommend iPhone, it's just more wise it terms of variety of high quality apps that you can get.

    Some apps on android looks cool too, but overall it's still one step behind IMHO.

  5. adeang profile image60
    adeangposted 12 years ago

    I think that the iPhone hardware and software outmatch Android products. The new iOS 5 software in combination with iCloud will reinvent the smartphone. Now with iCloud you can wirelessly sync your phone, and all iOS 5 devices will stay in sync with one another. So if you take a photo on your iPhone 5 it will appear on your iPad 2 and iPod Touch. Take a look at my hubs to get more info.


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