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Android or Apple?
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ANDROID! Absolutely love my HTC One.
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20 / M / Eikou Cram School
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Android.Never even owned an apple product and don't intend too.
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Android...
... Apple is way overpriced...
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Windows Phone!
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They both have their own advantages. iPhone for ease of use and bigger app store. Android for less restrictions and greater amount of hardware.
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Android... Apple is too much x.x
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I root for Apple. I currently have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and had it for 1.5 years now. I recently broke the screen from dropping it on cement from 3 feet high, and now considering getting an iPhone. I loved the simplicity of the functions, but I found that there were wayyy too many IMO, and it really does slow down alot. Of course, I'm not saying phones don't wear and tear after time, but I think iPhones are made with better quality and lasts longer. I have alot of apple products so maybe I'm biased, but I really trust their quality.
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A lot of people are confused about what Android is. Android is the operating system, not the hardware part. Android is comparable to iOS, not the iPhone/iPad/iPod (Which is what runs iOS). Having a phone running Android does not mean the phone is more durable or that you can replace the battery. There are many phones running Android that break easily or do not have removable batteries, or both.

Android/iOS/Windows/Linux/Mac OS are all operating system and does not determine anything about what the hardware is going to be like. You can install Windows on a 10 year old computer put together with duct tape that is filled with cockroachs, or you can install it on a $20K custom built machine with your name engraved in gold on the side of the case.

With that being said, I use both iOS and Android. For a tablet OS I prefer iOS just because of the greater app support. However, for a smartphone, I prefer Android because of the multitasking ability. There are things I can do on my phone that are just not possible on an iPhone due to how Apple has the system locked down. My Evo 3D has a removable battery so I can also enjoy having an extended battery where I can get 3 days out of a charge. If I had an iPhone I would need to carry around a separate portable battery or use one of those separate cases that goes on the iPhone.

The one thing that I really wish Google would create for Android is a universal backup software like iTunes. Unless you root your Android phone there is no way to backup any of your app data (you can still backup pictures, music, and contacts, just not app data). If you have a ton of points on Subway surfer and you lose your phone, or it breaks, or you have to reset it, you end up losing all of your game progress. If your phone is rooted you can use a third party app to back up the data, but not all phones running Android are easy to root (my phone require short circuiting it with a small wire).
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I love android.
I hate apple.
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neither...


android is easy to factory reset, making security systems worthless (its a two or three button combination, depending on the model of phone, which you activate during turn on which allows access to the feature as well as placing on your own custom OS).

apple hardware is bad and overpriced, period. not to mention the lack of being able to upgrade by opening it and replacing components (both smart-phones and mac computers as they are integrated into the motherboard chipset rather than requiring pin connection).

overall best solution for smartphone : buy an android phone, upgrade the internal components then install the apple OS which is better.

overall best solution for any other hardware : buy the hardware separate to the software as you are essentially throwing away $500+ just for software installation
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26 / M / Michigan
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Android all day everyday.
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Android since apple is super overpriced.
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In terms of phones, android. I will not, however, dis apple for their macs as I love my Apple MacBook Pro <3 For tablets, I can't say because I don't have one or use one. But yeah Android Software is pretty nice in my opinion, less restrictive and boy do I love freedom XD
Posted 10/20/13
Android.

I love Apple's app and Cydia , but i prefer android features over those. And the cost of android phones are lower than iphone.. well at least its affordable for me xD
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quikbeam wrote:

I have a few Apple products, but the Iphone is not one of them. I have no interest in the IPhone what so ever, just dont see any advantages to owning an Iphone. Price wise, my current phone was just as expensive as the 5S, so cost to me is rather unimportant.

My Android phone allows me far more customization of the UI than the IPhone does first of all. It also allows me to add a microSD card and use my phone as a USB drive if i need to. Android has been able to do video chat for just as long as facetime has, so, to me facetime is not really a selling point. Not only that but facetime is tied to IOS, meaning that if dont have IOS, you cnat use it. As far as i am aware, on desktops, as long as you have a gmail account, you are fully capable of doing video chat.

There is a reason why Apple has gradually been losing market share on cell phones to Android and Windows phones surprisingly. The only country where Apple seems to have a strong hold on its market share is in the US.


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