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I started out with an iPhone... then I switched to Android, loved it, then started hating it. Unfortunately, my phone fell in the water & I was screwed. My husband's cousin let me borrow her old iPhone 4s... & I wanna chunk this phone against the wall. I want the Galaxy s5 Active...

Which team are you on? Android or Apple?
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Posted 12/9/14 , edited 12/10/14
Apple

I'm not a fan of the marketing perspective, you know - The fact that these devices are made cheap to begin
with, and could be made from harder and more durable materials but aren't. Yet we pay the cost for the devices
as if they were made from it. Basically making the companies huge profit.
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Apple, just 'cause I'm more used to it. That and the screen calibration (I think that's the word) in my opinion is better than Android. Plus, it's more user friendly--to me, that is.
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Posted 12/9/14 , edited 12/10/14
i suppose Apple, since I'm using Apple's tablet. It works well for what i want, which is reading manga and Japanese dictionary.
(Midori by far the best dictionary with many useful features)
Posted 12/9/14
Android.

I love my galaxy S5 active. ever since I got my s4 which was the first galaxy I owned I loved them. Now I must get the s6 when it comes out.
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Posted 12/9/14
Android because I hold a personal grudge against apple and how they managed to destroy the animation communities I was part of.
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The only thing good about Apple is their iPods & that they have way more apps available. The best thing that I love about Android is that they're pretty freaking tough. It's hard to break them unlike iPhones. & I LOVE that I can do 2 things at one time on the screen!
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Posted 12/9/14
btw thread title should have been
"iOS vs Android"
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Posted 12/9/14

namealreadytaken wrote:

btw thread title should have been
"iOS vs Android"


Eh, yeah. But you got the gist of it, yes? Lol
Posted 12/9/14 , edited 12/9/14
Apple, it does everything I want on a phone. I have a few minor gripes but the cost switching is far greater, and I am sure I'd have some with Android as well.

Also XCode > Eclipse in the SDK IDE.
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Apple.

My first ever smartphone was an iPhone 3GS so I've just kept on with the iPhone ever since.
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I really want an iPhone just because it's more of a status thing to me but I've only ever had one apple thing and that was my iPod nano 5th gen (and I won that in school)
but I've only ever had android and I'm pretty okay with that cause iPhones don't have the level of customization I like with android
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Apple, because I've used both iOS and Android regularly and Android's UI just seems a bit messy to me
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Posted 12/9/14

nanikore2 wrote:

Apple, because I've used both iOS and Android regularly and Android's UI just seems a bit messy to me


pretty sure you can change the interface. the whole point of owning an android is personalization to the extreme.
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namealreadytaken wrote:


nanikore2 wrote:

Apple, because I've used both iOS and Android regularly and Android's UI just seems a bit messy to me


pretty sure you can change the interface. the whole point of owning an android is personalization to the extreme.


The more I change it the messier it gets
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