Joey, 31 Jan 2014There are alot of cheaper Android devices flooding the market, IOS is the top end of the marke... moreiphones are like expensive garbage. It is like comparing expensive garbage (iphone) with economic and top quality phones (android).
Joey, 31 Jan 2014There are alot of cheaper Android devices flooding the market, IOS is the top end of the marke... moreI have devices with both of the OS. I have used iPhone, android tablet, android phone, and iPad obviously. after having all of them I can clearly say that android is best on mobile and iOS is on tablets. for those android haters I wanna say that ...
There are alot of cheaper Android devices flooding the market, IOS is the top end of the market, its like comparing BMWs to Hyundai's.. IOS is by far a superior product to Android, most people with the cash by Apple Products.
I have devices with both of the OS. I have used iPhone, android tablet, android phone, and iPad obviously.
after having all of them I can clearly say that android is best on mobile and iOS is on tablets.
for those android haters I wanna say that android is released and is used in phones with different capabilities. they are seen in phones with 2.3 GHz quad cores and at the same time with 800Mhz processors. so optimization is pretty hard. on the other hand apple has always made good hardware and stable software though I dont feel comfortable with it as its like closed world.
anyway dont hit others please. if you so love your OS or phone just be happy with that.
Protocol, 29 Jan 2014The world doesn't have an alternative open source OS to Android OS which is why Android sees s... morethats nt d reason... there r firefox n unbuntu os free n open source... bt Android is xtra flexible..
1)can change homescreen
2)flash/customize roms witout pc
3)keep 120-200 apps n its services runnng in bakground
4)can be rooted easily
5)can modify everything on its software by visiting Xda site
6)64Gb expandable memory
7)can run windows xp os via pc emulators
8)can run java (midp)apps via emulator
9)multi window feature..( by installing xposed framework u get upto 10 floating window in even d low end devices which app opens in floating mode n can be resized too)
10)No more restrictions by owner like d ios or windowz does!
Julius, 29 Jan 2014I don't understand it either... I do use Android, I currently have no plans to switch to WP or... moreProblem is with the users,they think that the phone they own is the best one or atleast they want to convince everyone that what they own currently is the best ( you know just for social status )
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2014NO it doesn't. It's the lease secure OS , most vulnerable, and it only runs smoothly if you h... moreFirst check out from youtube....whether what you saying id true or not...u look so stupid
Xiaomi, 29 Jan 2014You are aboslutely right. I'm also not surprised. On android you need to have all four cores 2... more2.3 ghz is use for running apps @ 1080p, taking 4k videos with 13 mp camera and running multiple power hungry apps...
iphone is not even 720p its just an entry level phone....hope you do realize that you are comparing outdated tech with modern cutting edge tech... it like your are comparing old CRT TV with moderns smart 3D-LED HD TV....So lame girl!!
as expected. why? because so many affordable android products. like local brands here in the philippines. ios is not as that as affordable. try to compare sales in each categories of pricing and standards not on overall users. #smh
One thing y'all should note, the number of IOS-running devices is still less than that Samsung releases in a single year. Yet, Apple has 15 percent market share against thousands and thousands of devices running android. From that comparison and the record sales generated by iPhones year-on-year, I'd say apple is still pretty damn good
oh look! Android is killing IOS Its over for apple. and theres no other way =) math does not lie. haters gonna hate. Android FTW. aijphoney user here
Anonymous, 30 Jan 2014From the very beginning market share has been a flawed approach to measuring the success metri... moreI guess right now, they are really going by market share... it's just the fandroids want to use this as a way to talk down on apple by saying, "oh look! Android is killing IOS Its over for apple." true, but if you look at it the other way, which manufacturer by manufacture apply is pretty destroying everyone else by generating more revenue then samsung sony, nokia, lg, "combined."
Julius, 29 Jan 2014I don't understand it either... I do use Android, I currently have no plans to switch to WP or... moreNow dear Mr. Julius. People mostly don't hate Microsoft's WP, they hate Microsoft for putting into charge Stephen Elop, who weakened Nokia's position by going WP only, loosing ground, selling Nokia in the end to Microsoft. It's the natural course of big enterprises to go from 100 to 0 in a matter of years, but everybody feels sorry for the past when Nokia had very good devices. For myself I don't feel comfortable even with my S4. I miss my nice Nokia 6230!
I think now Android should start producing OS for all the Gadgets such as PC's, Cams, Washing Machines, And Home usage gadgets and our every day to day usable things, Android should be present everywhere, It is so convenient and user friendly. Android triumphs forever.
From the very beginning market share has been a flawed approach to measuring the success metric of Apple vs the rest. They never played for marketshare, never claimed to chase marketshare. It's weird how the media keeps trumpeting this fact.
On equal footing, market share is a good indicator, because the one who sells more probably makes more money. For example, the video game console market, where pricing is very similar. Sales figures and market share can tell you at a glance whether Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo are doing well or not.
Due to the different pricing strategy of Apple, this rule does not apply, they make more, despite not selling more, so market share, while interesting to look at, is less important as an indicator. It would be better to look at sales growth, profitability, etc.
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2014That is because Android's ability of choice. See, Android needs a way to work on more architec... moreRunning apps in sandbox is not the reason that android needs more resources. Windows phone has many phones with different processors and it still runs flaw less even on a $80 phone (Lumia520/521). The reason android uses more power is due to the fact that it is not optimized and manages to sometimes leave power hungry operations open in the background.