AnonD-2663, 08 Dec 2011LOL.. Even Nokia's S40 OS will overtake android next year, and that's before the dual core N8 ... moreNokia? Its more like a matter of time that they file for bankruptcy. How long have they been in the reds? And the prob is, the loss has been increasing each quarterly.
LOL.. Even Nokia's S40 OS will overtake android next year, and that's before the dual core N8 successor is announced at Mobile World Congress
AnonD-977, 08 Dec 2011Why don't you keep poking your flawed device with annoying, laggy behaviour due to fundamental... moreI have used a number of android devices along with the iPhone4 and i assure you that i have not experienced any of the complains you have experienced. Can you list what android phones you have experienced the issues with, and only then we can look at a more valid comparison?
Blankman, 07 Dec 2011I don't wish, I know. As nice as Android is on my SGS2, it just doesn't compare with the intui... moreI beg to differ? I got the galaxy note to dump the iPhone4 i had been using for a year, and prior to that, the nexus one. The iOS is less user friendly compared to android, so much so that i felt the urge to dump the iPhone4.
Blankman, 07 Dec 2011I don't wish, I know. As nice as Android is on my SGS2, it just doesn't compare with the intui... moreSureeee, so inutive. One app drawer and thats it, the whole interface. Hmmm so i wanna save a file, but thers on file manager, 3rd party. Or i wanna just transfer my song, nooo i have to use stupid itunes, should i want to send a file with bluetooth, nooo, why would i send file with bloototh, and i can make a video call but just on other iphones, my black and white phone had video call. So freakin hate iPhone lovers.
AnonD-27770, 08 Dec 2011Both iOS and Android crash a lot. But at least on my gingerbread it gave me notification about... moreReally? It leaves you with a blank screen? That is really surprising. I'd been using an iPad 2 and iPhone 4s for a while now and I've never encountered such problems. Which version of the iPhone are you using?
And personally I don't think dev will ever want to go to Android. Paid apps almost never sell in Android market. AppStore is the cash cow in dev eyes. Fact of life, people aren't stupid. Who would want to build a quality app for free when you can earn hundred of thousands, if not millions, in the AppStore.
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LMAO! Google / Android have jokes! iOS all day jockers! I'm sorry but everyone copies Apple... and yes I'm one of them that does not settle for a counterfeit of an iPhone. Regardless of where Android reaches, we all know who is more innovative and superior in quality.
You all must been kidding, lets accept the fact that Android is ahead of IOS. What IOS can do, Android can do it better and in cheaper way. There are lot of things that Android can do which IOS cannot...
AnonD-977, 08 Dec 2011Why don't you keep poking your flawed device with annoying, laggy behaviour due to fundamental... moreIt's easy for an operating system not to lag when it does absolutley nothing except scroll its app tray left and right. No multi-tasking equals no lag.
[deleted post]Why don't you keep poking your flawed device with annoying, laggy behaviour due to fundamental differences in the way Android handles screen rendering, an issue that has existed since Android changed from being keyboard and trackball operated system before the iPhone was launched, to a touchscreen based system after the iPhone was launched.
The only way it will stop is with a full rewrite of Android, no matter how much manufacturers try to hide these inherent flaws, by throwing excessive battery draining amounts of RAM and overclocked processors at them, there are points when the screen lags and touches don't respond properly.
Apple understood this with touch screens in mind from the ground up, Microsoft understood this with a total rewrite of WinMo, Blackberry understood this with a total rewrite.
Until Google addresses it Android will always remain second rate.
Actually, i disagree with the opinion that iOS is any better or simpler to use than Android. I have used iPad (im guessing its similar to iOS in iPhone) and its... Well i was disapointed, its not easier to use, its just poor with options. iOS takes care of some mundane tasks for u, but it just confuses me... Its like an overly protective and servative buttler, its caring too much. Unlike the buttler, it chrashes and screenfreezes often, cant connect via bluetooth properly and so on... In my opinion Android>iOS, got xperia pro, fabulous phone for 1/2 of the money of the iPhone 4, and i dont think iPhone is any better, except the build quality ofcourse.
Developers follow the money and that's iOS.
Why would they want to work for free for the cheapskates who use Android, speaking of which, I wish those lazy slaves over at XDA would hurry up with some ROMs for my Cha Cha.
Here is the place dominated by Apple's products users. Every news of Android, there will be plenty of negative thought. It turns 180 degree at phone arena.
Anonymous, 07 Dec 2011The Google android software is not productively effective as iOS. There are many hardware wit... moresorry mate, but this gadgets don't have anything to do with productivity. also numbers can no longer be ignored. cr .Apple will slowly return to its niche sector
Both iOS and Android crash a lot. But at least on my gingerbread it gave me notification about what made your gadget crash so I could fix or reboot it. While on iOS, when it crashed, you just waited with a blank page with apple's logo and just starred at it without knowing what's going on with your gadget. But I agree with Ely577 that iOS and Androids are on different league.
Android is far from a Perfect OS and So is Apple's IOS. But with most Android powered handset costing half as much as Iphones with almost similar specs why buy an Iphone? Just make Apple Inc. Richer?