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Battle of the Brands (Current battle: pg. 176)

Posted Aug 13, '13 at 4:19pm

Salvidian

Salvidian

3,950 posts

never heard of IOS.

iOS is what Apple devices (aka iDevices) use. Android is what every other phone uses (for the most part).

iOS.

It has a larger selection of apps. 'Nuff Said

No. You can get any iOS app to work on Android if you know what you are doing.

I have an iPhone and it works fine for me. iOS is secure, it's pretty, it runs good, and it's simple. I also use Linux for my computers and Android is a denomination of Linux, so I guess you could kinda say I use Android on my computer. Linux can be a bit more complicated but it lets you do just about anything you want.

Either way, it just depends on what type of operator you're looking for. I'll vote for iOS, because why not?

 

Posted Aug 13, '13 at 5:20pm

gamerguy12345

gamerguy12345

2,961 posts

I vote for Android. I've never used an iOS and Android hasn't failed me yet.

 

Posted Aug 13, '13 at 6:06pm

EmperorPalpatine

EmperorPalpatine

4,977 posts

I vote Android for the same reason as gamerguy.

 

Posted Aug 13, '13 at 6:27pm

Terry_Logic

Terry_Logic

3,997 posts

I prefer the Android operating system on my cellular mobile device. I've used iPads, iPhones, iPods, and I can't stand them. Just one button? What is this, the stone age?

I've never been a big Apple person. I don't mind using a Mac if I have to, but I can't use the mobile devices without being tempted to throw them at the wall from time to time.

Also, iTunes. Disgusting.

However, I've had the same smartphone for almost three years (Droid 2) and the operating system has given me no trouble at all (apart from the pullout keyboard, but who needs that?). And it seems to hold a charge much better than any one of my other immediate family members' devices, which are all iOS, and have all been replaced or brought in for repair at least once since I got my phone.

My sister's last iPhone is sitting in a bag of rice, totally defunct and dead with no chance of being brought back. This same sister accidentally dropped my Android phone in a bucket of melted ice (water, to you science enthusiasts) a few months ago. There was a bit of a delay in response time for a couple hours, but soon afterward it returned back to its normal behavior.

So clearly, if you haven't yet figured it out, my vote goes to...

http://webtrickz.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/02072011011809.jpg

 

Posted Aug 13, '13 at 7:02pm

xXxDAPRO89xXx

xXxDAPRO89xXx

3,896 posts

No. You can get any iOS app to work on Android if you know what you are doing.

Hmm... I didn't know that. I just had my reasoning because I looked for some apps on iOS which were there then looked for them and android and they weren't there. Or I might  not even be thinking of android i'm not 100%

 

Posted Aug 13, '13 at 7:58pm

StormWalker

StormWalker

3,201 posts

Android. iOS is just plain icky.

 

Posted Aug 14, '13 at 12:00am

gman144

gman144

156 posts

I'm gonna go with iOS because of the superior app store and music.

 

Posted Aug 14, '13 at 12:02am

gman144

gman144

156 posts

And the AG games are on iOS!!

 

Posted Aug 14, '13 at 1:56am

MrAutomatic

MrAutomatic

280 posts

I find Android much easier to use, and they don't try and make you and connect everything with everything else, such as iWeb, iTunes, or iCloud to name a few. Android respects you for not wanting to be part of some larger conspiracy.

 

Posted Aug 14, '13 at 2:52pm

letsgome_gome

letsgome_gome

697 posts

Like MrAutomatic said android is much easier to use. Also I HATE THINGS THAT BEGIN WITH I. (my first girlfriends name began with an I and she dumped me)

 
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