Anonymous, 11 Dec 2014Poor choice running it on a toy iPad.Poor choice to make apps for the tablet that companies have and use, yes, very poor choice. These poor companies dont understand that they need octacore and IR blaster.
iPad remains the only useable ARM tablet, deal with it, and Apple ecosystem is the only way to sell products, Android is bigger but has far lower revenue from apps, especially for business apps, noone in their right mind would use android tablets for business.
And when did YOU last time buy paid apps for your androids? Never, really? Wow, that would have been so profitable for IBM, what would they do without you!
AnonD-120334, 11 Dec 2014You wanna know what's worse? Well the fact that Android Lollipop after almost two months since... moreandroid users support piracy, simple as that. they even have malware or apps filled with ads that installs to your unit on play store
[deleted post]You wanna know what's worse? Well the fact that Android Lollipop after almost two months since its release have made its way only to 0.3% of the total Android powered devices on the planet. If you compare that to Apple, over 61% of all the iOS devices are already running the latest software. What's even worse? Apps on Play Store make much less money compared to the Apps on App Store. Now that is bad for business. 95% of Androiders have never purchased a paid app. They rely on free stuff. Typical mindset of an Android user is like - 'If a device is simple to operate, its a toy'.
Yep. I got your point. Instead of making apps for Apple devices, IBM must patner with a 'GREEN ROBOT' which operates on an OS called as 'LOLLIPOP' and names its App Store as 'Play Store'. Real Classy, eh?
I thought steve jobs once anti-ibm
Poor choice running it on a toy iPad.