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  1. KHARDESTY's Avatar
    I guess not 10 years, but since the first iPhone - 7 years.
    04-22-2015 08:02 PM
  2. Wiggum333's Avatar
    Before I get into my comments on this thread, I'm going to start by saying I left Apple after my iPhone 4S, and went right into my Galaxy S4 .. and just got my GS6 3 days ago (and love it!). I'm also not much of a social media person either, so I can't/won't get into Instagram specific issues.

    That said, here's what I see ... I see a lot of people here getting their feathers ruffled because they feel the OP is attacking the Android OS and/or the GS6 phone ... and to a small degree, that's true. But my take-away from the originating post of this thread is that the OP is not happy with his Android/Samsung phone because he feels that the quality of the apps for Android are not on par with the quality of the same apps on the iPhone. The OP may or may not be correct - as I said, I don't know Instagram nor do I have an iPhone handy to run my own tests for comparison.

    The bottom line for the OP is, one device/OS configuration seems to net him better results than another setup, and he's not happy about it. Perfectly understandable. No matter who's fault it is, the results are the results. Pointing fingers at Samsung, Android or Instagram makes no difference.

    After considering all that, and setting it aside ... I looked at the comparison pictures that both the OP posted up, I can clearly see that the top pic (the android/samsung combo) is inferior to the lower pic (apple iphone) ... but skinneejay's pictures seem pretty much same/same to me. That tells me that someone/something is "off" and can be corrected.

    So, if I'm the OP, what I'm most likely doing is getting in touch with Skinneejay and asking him to review all settings within instagram on the S6, as well as any camera settings within the GS6 itself ... and going over the way Skinneejay is taking his pics and then posting (ie: is he taking them through instagram, or through the native GS6 camera app?)

    I do know this ... or should I say, I do know that I have seen things LIKE this before ... and that is, if the OP has his camera on his S6 set to take the highest quality pics (16MP, 5312x2988) ... and that resolution is too high for the Instagram app ... and Instagram has to compress the pic due to size ... then perhaps the compression in Instagram is what's ruining the picture quality. And, PERHAPS, setting the camera to a lower resolution (ie: set to whatever the max size is for Instagram) will allow Instagram to upload the pic w/out compressing it at all.

    I think it would be interesting to see what the max resolution of the iPhone 6 camera is vs the GS6 ... then set the GS6 to the same or slightly lower resolution as the iPhone 6 ... THEN upload the same pic to Instagram from both phones and see if that drastic difference is still there.

    There still seems to be a bit of "troubleshooting" left to do before making a determination that the Samsung/Android/Instagram combo is "trash" ...
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    04-22-2015 08:33 PM
  3. skinneejay's Avatar
    I'll quickly say that I took my photo with the max resolution in the stock camera app then uploaded via Instagram. I NEVER use the camera inside Instagram. Maybe that's the difference. I'll test tomorrow to see if the makes a difference.
    04-23-2015 08:10 PM
  4. Raptor007's Avatar
    So the OP is saying that the iPhone with a lesser camera is doing a better job with compression via Instagram. Well then that is Instagrams fault and IMO no respectable photographer is going to use instagram and blame it on the phone or the OS. If you don't like android then thats fair, I get bored with iOS after 3 months EVERY TIME I buy an iphone which I have done since iPhone 4 thru iPhone 6+. I am happy to be back on Android and witht the S6 I see no reason to change in the future.
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    04-23-2015 08:35 PM
  5. IggyAZ's Avatar
    stevelam
    Next time try the camera out at home instead of in Paris.
    04-24-2015 09:42 AM
  6. cardboard60's Avatar
    I left the Iphone 5 and went to the S5 and now to the S6 which is even better.
    It takes a little getting used to the different operating system.
    I will say I cheated and took a few Samsung classes at Best Buy to help me progress faster on the change.
    But I could never go back to the Iphone.
    And I see no problems with the Apps.
    04-24-2015 10:30 AM
  7. Wiggum333's Avatar
    As neutral as I can be about all this, and without bashing anyone or anything...

    I would like pictures I upload to the web for other people to view to be as good a quality as they can be. However, if I were using Instagram, SnapChat, Facebook, Vscocam or whatever, I wouldn't be using it as some sort of "professional" or "end-all-be-all" photo program. I'd be using it for its intended purpose - to upload photos for others to see, period.

    @stevelam ... in your initial photo comparison pic, about the only real image quality issue is "jaggies" on the diagonal lines in the pic between the boards of the deck. Quite frankly, assuming I'm a friend of yours interested in seeing a picture of you and your friend in Paris, I probably wouldn't have noticed them unless I studied the picture because I would have been enjoying the "moment" you were sharing via the picture. It's not like the picture is all blurry or distorted where you can't see what's going on ... the main focus of the picture is the woman in the image, and the backdrop of Paris - both of which look more than OK on my phone when I first viewed them there. It was not until I got on my PC and saw the larger versions of the pictures that I noticed what you were talking about with the jaggies.

    I guess that's the long way of saying, the pure quality of your pictures when posted to Instagram probably should not be a huge matter of concern given the relative quality that both the android and iOS apps offer. And I can only assume that over time, the android app(s) will improve.

    And, if you're concerned with sharing "ultra-high quality images" with friends, then just upload them to your dropbox in a given folder and send your friends/family a link to view them there, where there's no compression or image quality loss at all. Unless I'm mistaken, Instagram was never meant to be some "professional picture quality" sharing app ... it's just a social media app for sharing "moments" in the form of images/pictures ... and at the current moment, even with its limitations, it's doing a fine job of that.

    Now, Vscocam ... i have never even heard of that until this thread, so I have NO idea what that app's intended purpose is. That may very well be some sort of professional image sharing program ... I dont know.

    Hope you're not offended by those comments ... I am just being as objective about things as I can, and am offering a perspective you may wish to adopt using these free social media apps. And, in the end, iOS may be better for YOU ... if your concerns are such that pure image quality in Instagram is that important to you.
    04-24-2015 04:37 PM
  8. Aquila's Avatar
    Thread has been cleaned. Please do not troll, feed the trolls or whine about the trolls. Hit the report button if something is wrong, otherwise please be the bigger person and choose not to engage. Shoot me a PM if there are any questions regarding the rules here - please, please try to stay professional and productive.
    04-24-2015 06:49 PM
  9. ajarnfalang's Avatar
    I personally don't use instagram and if you're a photographer you shouldn't as well. But while I didn't read the link, do you think that this is not an android or Samsung issue but an instagram issue?

    Or should I read the link? Because I don't have compression issues with other things that I uploaded to.


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    Just read the link, this is not an android issue. This is clearly an instagram issue and your blaming the wrong company.

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    So, he is saying Instagram works great with his iPhone and it's now garbage with android.

    And you suggest

    1) don't use Instagram. Instagram sucks

    2) Blame Instagram.

    Hahah

    He is making a valid point about Android overall. You're on iPhone and you have one experience, then you switch to Android and now you have another experience using the same apps.

    So he is saying the apps for android suck, the ones he uses, and on iPhone they're great. That's all he is saying. Ok. So blame Instagram. But the fact remains, it sucks on android.


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    04-24-2015 08:58 PM
  10. ajarnfalang's Avatar
    Now, Vscocam ... i have never even heard of that until this thread, so I have NO idea what that app's intended purpose is. That may very well be some sort of professional image sharing program ... I dont know.

    .
    You've just illustrated another issue with Android for people coming from iOS.

    They can't find their apps. They're just not there. It took me 0.5 seconds to find out what Vscocam was



    He illustrates very nicely the exact reason why I bought an iPad and not any other android tablet. It basically comes down to the Apps.

    I use a professional vector design program called iDraw on iPad. There is nothing even remotely similar to this on Android.



    In terms of apps, android is still lagging behind. It's just a fact of life.


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    04-24-2015 09:05 PM
  11. Wiggum333's Avatar
    You've just illustrated another issue with Android for people coming from iOS.

    They can't find their apps. They're just not there. It took me 0.5 seconds to find out what Vscocam was

    https://images.tapatalk-cdn.com/15/04...25bbc575ef.jpg

    He illustrates very nicely the exact reason why I bought an iPad and not any other android tablet. It basically comes down to the Apps.

    I use a professional vector design program called iDraw on iPad. There is nothing even remotely similar to this on Android.


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    All i was saying is that i cant comment on vscocam because i am unfamiliar with the app. Im glad you are savvy enough to be able to search and find it in an app store. Kudos to ya.
    04-24-2015 09:14 PM
  12. ajarnfalang's Avatar
    All i was saying is that i cant comment on vscocam because i am unfamiliar with the app. Im glad you are savvy enough to be able to search and find it in an app store. Kudos to ya.
    No not really.

    Don't take your comment out of context to wiggle yourself out of it.

    What you were saying is that all he has to do is choose other methods to upload his images so that they're a good resolution, and dismissing the other app because you never heard of it.

    But the real issue is that Android apps are inferior to iOS apps and the OP was just giving an example of the hard reality when you switch from iOS to Android.

    I had android for 1 1/2 years so I know what he's talking about.

    You can't wiggle yourself out of 2 realities

    1) apps come out first for iOS, and sometimes only iOS and the companies don't even bother with an android app.

    2) if the android app does come out, it is inferior to the iOS app.

    And that's the harsh reality.

    You're giving the OP a false solution. The bottom line is that Instagram should be as good on Android as it is on iOS and it isn't.

    He'll also get a rude awakening when ad pop ups start coming on his home screen and he won't know what to do, or third party apps automatically downloading to his device without his permission.

    That was my favorite one when I was on Android. How many times did I see a Mobogenie download in my phone that I didn't authorize. It's ridiculous.

    Your entire post was basically an excuse for how it is OK for Android apps not to be as good. "You don't really need that. Why would you want to do that. What would you need that for anyway". Sorry but that's just not cutting it.


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    04-24-2015 10:49 PM
  13. ajarnfalang's Avatar
    I made the switch from an iPhone 5 to the s6.

    I'm currently vacationing in Paris and thought it would be a great opportunity to test the camera. Photos turn out great.

    I use vscocam and Instagram constantly. Its the best place to share my photos and I thought what could be better than pairing up those apps with the s6 camera?

    Turns out android has TERRIBLE apps. After noticing that something really weird was happening with my photos as I post them I started googling and kept finding links like these.

    http://phandroid.com/2014/06/04/inst...s-for-android/

    Turns out both vscocam and android have terrible image compression due to androids limitations on what compression algorithms are available or something. Whatever the reason, it has basically rendered this otherwise nice phone into a useless piece of junk for my needs as a recreational photographer.

    I'm actually resorting to sending my photos to my iPhone from my s6 so I can actually post them without gagging.

    Just wanted to warn anyone else who wants to make the leap to android due to the s6s camera and use Instagram as heavily as I do.
    Your only real solution is just to sell that S6 and go back to iOS.

    This isn't going to get any better. If you're relying on the availability and quality of specific apps, you basically have no other choice but to stay on iOS. iPhones and iPads.


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    04-24-2015 11:00 PM
  14. chezm's Avatar
    Apple fanboys now coming here to defend? Hilarious, brand loyalty going on at it's finest...on the competition Forum.

    Ads popping up??? How many YEARS ago did you use android? We've got the old invalid argument being brought up, that was the same time when iPhone still didn't have copy and paste.

    Apps are better on ios it's true, I can admit it. Go back to imore.

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    04-24-2015 11:05 PM
  15. Wiggum333's Avatar
    No not really.

    Don't take your comment out of context to wiggle yourself out of it.

    What you were saying is that all he has to do is choose other methods to upload his images so that they're a good resolution, and dismissing the other app because you never heard of it.

    But the real issue is that Android apps are inferior to iOS apps and the OP was just giving an example of the hard reality when you switch from iOS to Android.

    I had android for 1 1/2 years so I know what he's talking about.

    You can't wiggle yourself out of 2 realities

    1) apps come out first for iOS, and sometimes only iOS and the companies don't even bother with an android app.

    2) if the android app does come out, it is inferior to the iOS app.

    And that's the harsh reality.

    You're giving the OP a false solution. The bottom line is that Instagram should be as good on Android as it is on iOS and it isn't.

    He'll also get a rude awakening when ad pop ups start coming on his home screen and he won't know what to do, or third party apps automatically downloading to his device without his permission.

    That was my favorite one when I was on Android. How many times did I see a Mobogenie download in my phone that I didn't authorize. It's ridiculous.

    Your entire post was basically an excuse for how it is OK for Android apps not to be as good. "You don't really need that. Why would you want to do that. What would you need that for anyway". Sorry but that's just not cutting it.


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    You obviously either didn't read through my posts well enough, or you're just trying to stir things up with me. That said, let me try to clear things up so that we can get past this quickly and properly.

    A) I never offered excuses or workarounds to defend android or android apps. I merely tried to actually help the OP with some POSSIBLE solutions that might help him avoid the issues he is currently facing. Will my suggestions work, or possibly help lead to a workable solution for the OP? I have no idea, but at least I was/am here trying to help rather than either blindly defend iOS or Android OS.

    B) I was as clear as possible in saying a couple of times that I am totally unfamiliar with Vscocam, and therefore cannot offer anything of substance dealing with that app. If you choose to interpret that any other way than face value, that's on you.

    C) Not only am I not wiggling out of anything, or even attempting to, I have acknowledged that iOS has good apps, and that obviously the iOS apps in question here are working better for the OP than they seem to be on Android OS. How you figure I'm trying to wiggle out of anything, or take my own comments out of context is beyond me.

    D) I never said Instagram or Vscocam is a stupid/useless app, nor did I say the OP shouldn't be using either of them on either OS. What I said was - very plainly I might add - is that neither app is meant to present "professional quality photographs". Instead, these apps are meant to take pictures of things, moments, etc. and allow you to post and share them with friends. Why else would there be compression built into the apps to downsize the images? I realize part of it is to save bandwidth and server space, but at the same time, it's sacrificing picture quality no matter how good the down-sampled image is once it gets processed. I also mentioned that the "jaggies" in the android Instagram example do NOT detract from the moment the picture is capturing - at least not to me, and likely not to the friends/family that the OP is sharing them with. Again, taking that for anything other than face value is a "you problem", and has nothing to do with me and what you think I may be implying.

    Not that I really needed to defend myself on any of the above issues, or any further issues ... but I'll say that I've only spent time on this forum either helping people, or asking for help. I don't come here to argue and/or cause problems. Why you feel the need to come to the aid of your friend and champion iOS, apple devices and iOS apps is beyond me. Seems you are the one trolling and/or wasting time and bandwidth. Not to mention that most all of us here have noted that there are most definitely some apps that are superior on iOS vs. Android, and even some nice apps for iOS that don't even exist for Android OS. Again, why you feel the need to keep pointing out the obvious to people who have already acknowledged these facts is beyond me, and can only be construed as trolling for the sake of trolling.
    04-24-2015 11:20 PM
  16. erasat's Avatar
    Apple fanboys now coming here to defend? Hilarious, brand loyalty going on at it's finest...on the competition Forum.

    Ads popping up??? How many YEARS ago did you use android? We've got the old invalid argument being brought up, that was the same time when iPhone still didn't have copy and paste.

    Apps are better on ios it's true, I can admit it. Go back to imore.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    You obviously either didn't read through my posts well enough, or you're just trying to stir things up with me. That said, let me try to clear things up so that we can get past this quickly and properly.

    A) I never offered excuses or workarounds to defend android or android apps. I merely tried to actually help the OP with some POSSIBLE solutions that might help him avoid the issues he is currently facing. Will my suggestions work, or possibly help lead to a workable solution for the OP? I have no idea, but at least I was/am here trying to help rather than either blindly defend iOS or Android OS.

    B) I was as clear as possible in saying a couple of times that I am totally unfamiliar with Vscocam, and therefore cannot offer anything of substance dealing with that app. If you choose to interpret that any other way than face value, that's on you.

    C) Not only am I not wiggling out of anything, or even attempting to, I have acknowledged that iOS has good apps, and that obviously the iOS apps in question here are working better for the OP than they seem to be on Android OS. How you figure I'm trying to wiggle out of anything, or take my own comments out of context is beyond me.

    D) I never said Instagram or Vscocam is a stupid/useless app, nor did I say the OP shouldn't be using either of them on either OS. What I said was - very plainly I might add - is that neither app is meant to present "professional quality photographs". Instead, these apps are meant to take pictures of things, moments, etc. and allow you to post and share them with friends. Why else would there be compression built into the apps to downsize the images? I realize part of it is to save bandwidth and server space, but at the same time, it's sacrificing picture quality no matter how good the down-sampled image is once it gets processed. I also mentioned that the "jaggies" in the android Instagram example do NOT detract from the moment the picture is capturing - at least not to me, and likely not to the friends/family that the OP is sharing them with. Again, taking that for anything other than face value is a "you problem", and has nothing to do with me and what you think I may be implying.

    Not that I really needed to defend myself on any of the above issues, or any further issues ... but I'll say that I've only spent time on this forum either helping people, or asking for help. I don't come here to argue and/or cause problems. Why you feel the need to come to the aid of your friend and champion iOS, apple devices and iOS apps is beyond me. Seems you are the one trolling and/or wasting time and bandwidth. Not to mention that most all of us here have noted that there are most definitely some apps that are superior on iOS vs. Android, and even some nice apps for iOS that don't even exist for Android OS. Again, why you feel the need to keep pointing out the obvious to people who have already acknowledged these facts is beyond me, and can only be construed as trolling for the sake of trolling.
    I don't know if you have read one of the Mods posts in recent threads but they are trying to keep things civilized here and they have explicitly mentioned to not come here to troll and to not feed the trolls but instead report it, so I just did that, don't bother with these guys, this is their hobby to troll.
    04-24-2015 11:25 PM
  17. ajarnfalang's Avatar
    Apple fanboys now coming here to defend? Hilarious, brand loyalty going on at it's finest...on the competition Forum.

    Ads popping up??? How many YEARS ago did you use android? We've got the old invalid argument being brought up, that was the same time when iPhone still didn't have copy and paste.

    Apps are better on ios it's true, I can admit it. Go back to imore.

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    Well let's see. This came out just 5 MONTHS ago

    http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/android...popup-adverts/

    And I can't tell you how many times I got .apk files downloading to my device without my permission. Mobogenie and others.

    It is what it is.

    Oh, I was using an android phone as of 4 days ago when I sold it.



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    04-24-2015 11:28 PM
  18. ajarnfalang's Avatar
    I don't know if you have read one of the Mods posts in recent threads but they are trying to keep things civilized here and they have explicitly mentioned to not come here to troll and to not feed the trolls but instead report it, so I just did that, don't bother with these guys, this is their hobby to troll.
    When did I troll? I'm just noting the facts. I talk facts so that equals trolling.

    The OP came to tell us about how crap his apps are compared to iOS, specifically Instagram. He didn't come here to have someone tell him to just use something else. This isn't a solution.

    Bottom line is the apps should be exactly equal but they aren't.


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    04-24-2015 11:31 PM
  19. ajarnfalang's Avatar
    You obviously either didn't read through my posts well enough, or you're just trying to stir things up with me. That said, let me try to clear things up so that we can get past this quickly and properly.

    A) I never offered excuses or workarounds to defend android or android apps. I merely tried to actually help the OP with some POSSIBLE solutions that might help him avoid the issues he is currently facing. Will my suggestions work, or possibly help lead to a workable solution for the OP? I have no idea, but at least I was/am here trying to help rather than either blindly defend iOS or Android OS.

    B) I was as clear as possible in saying a couple of times that I am totally unfamiliar with Vscocam, and therefore cannot offer anything of substance dealing with that app. If you choose to interpret that any other way than face value, that's on you.

    C) Not only am I not wiggling out of anything, or even attempting to, I have acknowledged that iOS has good apps, and that obviously the iOS apps in question here are working better for the OP than they seem to be on Android OS. How you figure I'm trying to wiggle out of anything, or take my own comments out of context is beyond me.

    D) I never said Instagram or Vscocam is a stupid/useless app, nor did I say the OP shouldn't be using either of them on either OS. What I said was - very plainly I might add - is that neither app is meant to present "professional quality photographs". Instead, these apps are meant to take pictures of things, moments, etc. and allow you to post and share them with friends. Why else would there be compression built into the apps to downsize the images? I realize part of it is to save bandwidth and server space, but at the same time, it's sacrificing picture quality no matter how good the down-sampled image is once it gets processed. I also mentioned that the "jaggies" in the android Instagram example do NOT detract from the moment the picture is capturing - at least not to me, and likely not to the friends/family that the OP is sharing them with. Again, taking that for anything other than face value is a "you problem", and has nothing to do with me and what you think I may be implying.

    Not that I really needed to defend myself on any of the above issues, or any further issues ... but I'll say that I've only spent time on this forum either helping people, or asking for help. I don't come here to argue and/or cause problems. Why you feel the need to come to the aid of your friend and champion iOS, apple devices and iOS apps is beyond me. Seems you are the one trolling and/or wasting time and bandwidth. Not to mention that most all of us here have noted that there are most definitely some apps that are superior on iOS vs. Android, and even some nice apps for iOS that don't even exist for Android OS. Again, why you feel the need to keep pointing out the obvious to people who have already acknowledged these facts is beyond me, and can only be construed as trolling for the sake of trolling.
    The problem with your logic is that the OP didn't ask you for help. He didn't say "please help me with an alternative for Instagram".

    He simply said, the apps I want to use are total crap on Android and I regret buying a Galaxy S6.

    That's it. The only thing to tell him is, yes. You are right. Those apps definitely don't work the same as you're used to in the iPhone. Sell the S6 and go back to what works for you.

    He came here to WARN other people about how awful these apps are and to stay away from Android if that's their use case. He didn't come here asking for anybody's help.

    This isn't trolling, I'm trying to get this back on track to the spirit of the thread. The Original Post. If you can't remember the original post, go back and read it.


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    04-24-2015 11:34 PM
  20. Wiggum333's Avatar
    The problem with your logic is that the OP didn't ask you for help. He didn't say "please help me with an alternative for Instagram".

    He simply said, the apps I want to use are total crap on Android and I regret buying a Galaxy S6.

    That's it. The only thing to tell him is, yes. You are right. Those apps definitely don't work the same as you're used to in the iPhone. Sell the S6 and go back to what works for you.

    He came here to WARN other people about how awful these apps are and to stay away from Android if that's their use case. He didn't come here asking for anybody's help.

    This isn't trolling, I'm trying to get this back on track to the spirit of the thread. The Original Post. If you can't remember the original post, go back and read it.


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    I guess the moral of this story is, "No good deed goes unpunished."
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    04-24-2015 11:37 PM
  21. erasat's Avatar
    When did I troll? I'm just noting the facts. I talk facts so that equals trolling.

    The OP came to tell us about how crap his apps are compared to iOS, specifically Instagram. He didn't come here to have someone tell him to just use something else. This isn't a solution.

    Bottom line is the apps should be exactly equal but they aren't.


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    I'm not even wasting much time here, but, seriously? just look for the definition of trolling, don't come here if you don't have the device that this forum is about, or have interest or plans on buying it, and then with yours comments...

    If you just have iOS devices now then you are way out of your way here, these are forums to help people to solve issues with their devices not to come here wasting resources directly bashing the device and OS, and then say that if you want good and quality apps to sell the device and go to iOS.

    Enough with you, Mods, please, just stop this nonsense.
    04-24-2015 11:39 PM
  22. ajarnfalang's Avatar
    I guess the moral of this story is, "No good deed goes unpunished."
    I think the moral of the story is that Android as well as iOS/Apple forums should stop the fanboy crap and stop calling people Trolls and banning anyone who doesn't get in line and follow the company line.

    I have used both platforms. I am back on iOS because of form factor. Nothing else. I don't care about one or the other. It is all the same to me.


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    04-24-2015 11:40 PM
  23. ajarnfalang's Avatar
    I'm not even wasting much time here, but, seriously? just look for the definition of trolling, don't come here if you don't have the device that this forum is about, or have interest or plans on buying it, and then with yours comments...

    If you just have iOS devices now then you are way out of your way here, these are forums to help people to solve issues with their devices not to come here wasting resources directly bashing the device and OS, and then say that if you want good and quality apps to sell the device and go to iOS.

    Enough with you, Mods, please, just stop this nonsense.
    I am not bashing anything. The OP did that just fine. I'm basically agreeing with the OP. The bashing has already been done. There's nothing more to bash.

    Did you ever read the original post? He didn't come here for help. Look at the title of the thread.

    I came here because I have used both platforms and I have found the exact same problems he is facing now with apps.

    And stop calling people Trolls. You're the one instigating the problem. There is not problem here. I am agreeing with the OP. He is right. Apps are inferior in Android. That's the truth.

    If you actually read the original post, this thread isn't about a device. This thread is about the pain of switching from iOS to Android. And I did the same. From iOS to android and back to iOS. So I have every right to post on here because I have been through the same thing.

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    04-24-2015 11:41 PM
  24. Darrkman's Avatar
    This has got to be the silliest thread on here in a long time. Are people really going down the iOS vs Android road again? Are y'all really grown ups. The OP was trolling y'all and even tho some of you saw how obvious it was y'all still bit. We measure pic quality by Instagram now? Come on.

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    04-24-2015 11:43 PM
  25. Aquila's Avatar
    Thread closed, didn't clean it - This isn't really the idea behind professional & productive posts.
    04-24-2015 11:45 PM
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