Zephanialembris, 13 Nov 2016No os is better than androidIOS is the most stable platform....
smartass, 09 Nov 2016That's why windows lack dev support , lack apps , lacks versatility, lacks features , lacks st... moreWhut? Aside from having less apps in their store, Windows is superior to Android in almost all aspects.
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2016Haha!
By your logic cheap cars are better than supercars just because they're more popular.... moreThat's why windows lack dev support , lack apps , lacks versatility, lacks features , lacks stability haha...
Your logic is irrelevant fundamentally..get some knowledge
smartass, 08 Nov 2016Lol... did u really use android.... andoid is way more stable and reliable than windows.
By your logic cheap cars are better than supercars just because they're more popular.
Looks like you've never used a Windows phone as your main phone to see it's superior in almost all ways compared to Android, so you can't make a point.
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2016It definitely is a premium OS when compared to Android.
And no, tech savvy people look for ... moreLol... did u really use android.... andoid is way more stable and reliable than windows.
Windows lack support from devs and do you know what does mean..
Windows is just a ruin .... noob
Dont make baseless comments without knowledge .... windows is more vulnerable, unreliable in all aspects ...
In pc sections windows dominates
In mobile sec android dominates
In tablet sec ios dominates ....
That's the reality kiddo...
smartass, 07 Nov 2016Don't say that windows is premium.
A tech savy looks for Versatality .
For example in A... moreIt definitely is a premium OS when compared to Android.
And no, tech savvy people look for reliability, set-and-forget, and security. No techy person will use something that has an oldschool design and is filled with security holes and bugs.
Anonymous, 07 Nov 20161. You are not a very tech person, since you can't use Windows properly and take advantage of ... moreDon't say that windows is premium.
A tech savy looks for Versatality .
For example in Android you can enable hardware acceleration and 4xmaa mode .. while there is no option for Windows ...
Windows lack dev support.
Even premium companies like Lamborghini, vertu etc use android in their phones...
Your comparison is irrelevant here windows fanboy
smartass, 07 Nov 2016Sub-par ... are u kidding me . Noob and windows fanboy spotted .
ios main plus point is i... more1. You are not a very tech person, since you can't use Windows properly and take advantage of all its smart features.
2. Android and iOS dominate the market, but just as cheap cars represent 90% of the car market, premium cars represent 9%+ of the market, and supercars account for less than 1% - same with these three operating systems: Android/iOS/Windows.
Anonymous, 06 Nov 2016I've used all of them. I still do. I change phones every 6-8 months. And I've installed custom... moreSub-par ... are u kidding me . Noob and windows fanboy spotted .
ios main plus point is its compatibility
But it's ecosystem is limited
Android main plus point is versatility
But it requires a decent hardware to have fluidic workability
Windows lack both .
Productivity wise ios and android can surpass windows ....
Dude i can surely say that u didn't use stock android nor custom roms
Even looking up at hardware features ... windows lack there ....
Stop underestimating android ....
I use galaxy s7 edge, iphone 7 plus ... but used a windows phone from a friend of mine and it's not upto the mark...
Android and ios dominate the market forever dude
smartass, 06 Nov 2016Dude.. raise up ! Android is not buggy . You are just putting your hatred on android . I use b... moreI've used all of them. I still do. I change phones every 6-8 months. And I've installed custom ROMs on my Android phones, but even so, the experience is sub-par. Plus I should not be required to install custom ROMs or jailbreak my phone in order to have a decent working smartphone.
Until now, only Windows offers a good user experience with the smallest number of issues and/or bugs. It's the best and fastest OS for heavy users who need to do stuff (productivity-wise) on the go.
Why would I buy a new car just to replace its engine with a different one in order to have it working properly? I wouldn't buy a new car with a faulty engine. Same with smartphones/tablets.
Anonymous, 06 Nov 2016Who cares about versatility when the OS is buggy, inefficient, and has an under-developed user... moreDude.. raise up ! Android is not buggy . You are just putting your hatred on android . I use both ios and android ... well i didn't use a moble windows os because devs doesn't care about it.
Versatality is very important for power users . I jailbreak ios for more accessiblility but still it doesn't match up to android .
Dude stock android is at a whole different level .... use it first without any bias.....
smartass, 06 Nov 2016I dont think that you had used a device with stock Android or a compatible custom rom. Dude yo... moreWho cares about versatility when the OS is buggy, inefficient, and has an under-developed user interface? Thanks, but no thanks. I prefer a stable, secure and efficient device, that has a properly designed UI - that is actually useful when compared to oldschool, static icons. Not to mention it looks top notch.
Anonymous, 05 Nov 2016They need to fix the interface at a core level, and properly organise everything. Then the man... moreI dont think that you had used a device with stock Android or a compatible custom rom. Dude your saying is correct regarding with android eclair .. not marshmallow . No os is as versatile as android
And there we were ripping Google a new one for their ridiculous prices. This one is even worse. Almost identical (copied) design to a Samsung Edge device I'd rather have a S7 Edge for half the price.
Julliard, 05 Nov 20162gb ram windows worst than 1gb ram iphone. Answer to me that now!easy. iOS intergrates the software with the hardware up to the level its 99.9% in sync (there's NEVER a perfect sync between the hardware and software. else how would you explain the bugs?) hence iOS just recently upped it's RAM to 2. and even 3 in the 7+
Android (♥) just throws it's software on a bunch of hardware parts. in hope that it'll work decently. True. comparing to previous versions Android has become VASTLY smoother. but it's still FAR from perfect. plus. it has the tendacy to be resource hungry. (Like really. Until the Intel i7-6950x launched in 2016, http://ark.intel.com/products/...-to-3_50-GHz link for specs) have you seen a DECA CORE CPU for Windows!?
(and I mean in user level CPUs. there are cpus that are server levels that got 12, 15, 20, 40, 50, 80, 100 and even 1,000 cores!) that's why even if android would reach 1 TB ram. it would be still inferior to an iPhone that uses, let's say 64 GB RAM.
and I'm a lover of android for god sake!