Which is Better Android or Apple i phone

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stefEatsBabies

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Post #6121 September 2011, 13:54
Dominates Relentlessly Over Iphone Daily + DROID

_Anbu_

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Post #625 October 2011, 13:48
Android

sweetnsimple

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Post #635 October 2011, 16:13
Its Android :-)

georgegreen75

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Post #648 October 2011, 06:39
both are very good. iphone is latest. i have an android phone from awholesalecompany. but i wish i would have an iphone. this is only my opinion.

EmaNphilic

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Post #658 October 2011, 06:52
Apple only......

Android is highly attacked with Malwares bt running better...

Quitter

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Post #668 October 2011, 06:57
Apple iphone...best

Roc_kY

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Post #678 October 2011, 07:02
Android much better then the rest

Quitter

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Post #688 October 2011, 07:37
Android is GooD

This post was written on a mobile device.

gamerjon303

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Post #6916 October 2011, 19:09
Google (Android) is still struggling with fragmentation. They even formed the Android Update Alliance in May to address this serious concern. I think Rovio Mobile (Angry Birds) helped bring much needed media attention to this issue.

What is fragmentation? As you know Apple makes their own hardware and software. So there is only one flavor of iPod Touch, iPad and iPhone (albeit different generations). There are even "universal apps" that run across all three!

However, in the case of Android, Google makes the software, but you have a bunch of different hardware manufacturers making the phones and tablets. Because each manufacturer has different hardware specifications like processors, memory, button and camera placement and update policies, it's very challenging for the developers because they have to make multiple versions of their product to accomodate the various flavors of Android.

Currently, about 51% of Android users are running version 2.2, while around 31% are using the most recent version, 2.3. That leaves a good chunk of users who are still stuck at version 2.1 or earlier (Sept 2011).

I own a Motorola Droid X and absolutely love it. I love the big screen and speed. Don't have any issues with it and seems to have most of the apps and games I need.

Make a list of things you want from a phone and then make your decision accordingly. Both are outstanding IMO.

scabies

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Post #7017 October 2011, 21:20
Android every time

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