Apple or Android?

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  1. JakeFrost profile image60
    JakeFrostposted 6 years ago

    Apple or Android?

  2. Silwen profile image79
    Silwenposted 6 years ago

    Surely, Android. I do not like Apple, especially after their trial with Samsung.

  3. AlexandraMorris profile image57
    AlexandraMorrisposted 6 years ago

    Android hands down, i never liked apple.

  4. tnvrstar profile image72
    tnvrstarposted 6 years ago

    Samsung (android) is much better than Apple. It's because they have better features with more free apps. Moreover the price of the phones are much lower as well. However not all the android phones as good as iphone. Only Samsung phones are superior to iphone according to my point of view. The new samsung Galaxy note 2 is the best android phone so far - http://www.pctrick.com/2012/08/samsung- … ation.html

  5. EuroCafeAuLait profile image83
    EuroCafeAuLaitposted 6 years ago

    Apple looks like eye candy, and to be sure, I haven't kept up with Apple's new developments personally.  Being more of an Android person, and having been satisfied with Androids in the past, I haven't even bothered to check out the iPhone5 etc for my own personal usage.  You never know, that could change, the iPad3 with the Retina Screen looks pretty intriguing.  The major drawback would be the inability to interface between other devices without a 3 or 4G subscription or Bluetooth (sigh).

  6. Marcy Goodfleisch profile image96
    Marcy Goodfleischposted 6 years ago

    Apple! For one thing, there's the issue of patent infringement (minor little problem with Android, since Apple developed the technology, not Samsung).

    Apple also has outstanding companion products - you can go from one device to another seamlessly, because they function so similarly. I'm a convert from PC & now have an iMac, MacBook Air, iPhone and iPad. I love them all. And they have exceptional customer service.

    1. tnvrstar profile image72
      tnvrstarposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I don't agree with this. Apple is acting like they owns the rectangle shape. Samsung is producing phones with better processors and screen size. To keep up the competition apple will design same kind of phones. Apple won the case only in US

  7. Zubair Ahmed profile image71
    Zubair Ahmedposted 6 years ago

    I would prefer Andriod, it goes well with freedom of using what you want with you having to pay extortionate prices.  Also you are not tied into Apple as the vendor and can use their open OS system to adapt other software products to use on your smartphone.

  8. The Invincible profile image59
    The Invincibleposted 6 years ago

    I will say "Android" It's greeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaat !!!

  9. sparkster profile image91
    sparksterposted 6 years ago

    Definitely Android. It's open source, compatible with most tablets and smartphones and nowhere near as expensive as Apple. In addition, Apple products require jailbreaking in order to access certain functionality which is already available with most Android devices, although some people choose to root their Android device most features that require jailbreaking on Apple are already available on Android without the need for rooting.

    Android is cheaper, more widespread and the fact that it's open-source gives all developers a great head-start, it's also widely compatible with many devices so whereas Apple may be able to offer quality, you simply end up not having any choice but to use Apple products which are expensive.

  10. securityproducts3 profile image40
    securityproducts3posted 6 years ago

    I've never actually had an iPhone (though I have used my friends) so it is hard to say. I do know, though, that I love my Samsung Galaxy S2 and it has really performed as advertised.

  11. DS Duby profile image92
    DS Dubyposted 6 years ago

    Apple because they have far less issues, they last longer and are built better. I've had 3 I-phones in 7 years and I work construction and I'm very rough on phones. I have been able to pass each one down to someone else when I upgraded phones. Many of my friends use various droids and are constantly replacing them after about 6 months to a year.

  12. miyagi714 profile image39
    miyagi714posted 6 years ago

    Apple hands down. The iPhone has more of a variety of apps and is more user-friendly.

 
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