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  1. Mellimel22's Avatar
    Bottom line android IMO and a lot of others is better than ios

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    03-20-2012 10:32 AM
  2. lpt2569's Avatar
    I agree...that's not the point here.

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    03-20-2012 10:47 AM
  3. Maikai.Guy's Avatar
    I just want to know how long it takes you to find these lopsided articles. ;-)

    I don't have to point to anything in particular. Just do a straight Google search on "Android Worldwide Market"... no searching and searching until you find what you want. Just look at the top returns.

    Android owns about 50% of the Worldwide mobile phone market. iOS is stuck in the teens.

    "Devices based on iOS accounted for 15% of the third quarter of 2011 smartphone sales, down from a 16.6% market share in the third quarter of 2010" These are real market numbers, accepted by the industry. These numbers are the reason Apple stopped reporting phone sales and now report a combined number of iPhones and iPods. LOL!!! That's OK... with as many activations as Android has, it won't be long before that combined number falls too. ;-)

    I don't get it. You are purposely seeking out Apple fan-boy garbage data. Why? What's the point?
    03-25-2012 07:29 PM
  4. lpt2569's Avatar
    I just want to know how long it takes you to find these lopsided articles. ;-)

    I don't have to point to anything in particular. Just do a straight Google search on "Android Worldwide Market"... no searching and searching until you find what you want. Just look at the top returns.

    Android owns about 50% of the Worldwide mobile phone market. iOS is stuck in the teens.

    "Devices based on iOS accounted for 15% of the third quarter of 2011 smartphone sales, down from a 16.6% market share in the third quarter of 2010" These are real market numbers, accepted by the industry. These numbers are the reason Apple stopped reporting phone sales and now report a combined number of iPhones and iPods. LOL!!! That's OK... with as many activations as Android has, it won't be long before that combined number falls too. ;-)

    I don't get it. You are purposely seeking out Apple fan-boy garbage data. Why? What's the point?
    You're a trip, man. I admire your enthusiasm and love of all things Android, but there are other opinions out there...to each his own, different strokes for different folks. My point all along has never been about handheld device marketshare, that's a given that Android rules there. It's called market saturation. There are a lot of numbers out there, and you can research and present them in lots of different ways. That's the only reason I posted what I did. It took me zero time to find what I posted, I get these from my Twitter feed, among other sources of data I get constantly (I research and purchase technology products for a living for a major University/Research Enterprise). I don't take any of these articles or surveys as fact. A sharp person knows how to digest all of this information and get a good picture of the reality. The trend is that iOS is not declining, it is on the rise, in particular in tablets and with developers working on applications for enterprises like Healthcare, Hospitals, Universities, Retail, Airlines and pilots, etc. That's the main point I am making. People work differently these days, at the office and at home. Just because someone is used to doing things a certain way does not mean that's the only way it can be done. The misconception that "real work" can only be done on "real" computers or non-iOS devices is changing, rapidly. Not everyone works the way you work. But you have found what works for you, and that's great. Doesn't mean it is the only answer for everyone else.

    By the way, I don't use an iPhone (boring, but I am very tied into iTunes, so at some point I may just say what the heck and get an iPhone for simplicity) and I have never had an iPad (no real need for one), and I have never owned a Mac product. I have, however, had an iPod from day one (hence the reason I am heavily tied into iTunes). I've had 3 Android phones, have rooted and customized each of them every which way from here to China and back. I use what I like and what works for me, that's all there is to it. When I finally get around to buying a tablet, I will most likely buy an iPad for use mainly as a media device, but I like their media creation apps and possibilities as well, and the screen is pretty amazing. And I am also about to get a Kindle Fire, mainly for my son to play games. They are cheap, a good size for his little toddler hands, and I like how it is tied in so well with Amazon and their services (not unlike Apple and it's services for iOS devices). The first thing I will do is root it and customize it, since I plan on using it as well, and so does my wife, and we want to have a device that will "just work".
    03-26-2012 10:19 AM
  5. Maikai.Guy's Avatar
    You're a trip, man. I admire your enthusiasm and love of all things Android, but there are other opinions out there...to each his own, different strokes for different folks. My point all along has never been about handheld device marketshare, that's a given that Android rules there. It's called market saturation. There are a lot of numbers out there, and you can research and present them in lots of different ways. That's the only reason I posted what I did. It took me zero time to find what I posted, I get these from my Twitter feed, among other sources of data I get constantly (I research and purchase technology products for a living for a major University/Research Enterprise). I don't take any of these articles or surveys as fact. A sharp person knows how to digest all of this information and get a good picture of the reality. The trend is that iOS is not declining, it is on the rise, in particular in tablets and with developers working on applications for enterprises like Healthcare, Hospitals, Universities, Retail, Airlines and pilots, etc. That's the main point I am making. People work differently these days, at the office and at home. Just because someone is used to doing things a certain way does not mean that's the only way it can be done. The misconception that "real work" can only be done on "real" computers or non-iOS devices is changing, rapidly. Not everyone works the way you work. But you have found what works for you, and that's great. Doesn't mean it is the only answer for everyone else.

    By the way, I don't use an iPhone (boring, but I am very tied into iTunes, so at some point I may just say what the heck and get an iPhone for simplicity) and I have never had an iPad (no real need for one), and I have never owned a Mac product. I have, however, had an iPod from day one (hence the reason I am heavily tied into iTunes). I've had 3 Android phones, have rooted and customized each of them every which way from here to China and back. I use what I like and what works for me, that's all there is to it. When I finally get around to buying a tablet, I will most likely buy an iPad for use mainly as a media device, but I like their media creation apps and possibilities as well, and the screen is pretty amazing. And I am also about to get a Kindle Fire, mainly for my son to play games. They are cheap, a good size for his little toddler hands, and I like how it is tied in so well with Amazon and their services (not unlike Apple and it's services for iOS devices). The first thing I will do is root it and customize it, since I plan on using it as well, and so does my wife, and we want to have a device that will "just work".
    A lot to address here. ;-)

    I never said iOS was declining. I implied it was essentially stagnant with respect to market share. They have been locked in in the mid teens, going up and down by a couple/few points like a sine wave for 18 months now. Android on the other hand is hitting the ball out of the park. The slope of their market share growth is incredibly impressive and sustained for years. There are over one million activation's per day now! BTW, the only thing that Google counts as an activation is a brand new device being activated for its very first time. Apple stopped reporting their activation rate. :-)

    Now let me get this straight. On one hand you're claiming that Apple controls well over 90% of the enterprise usage. On the other hand you admit that they are stuck in the percentage teens of mobile OS adoption. Both can't be right. It would be statistically ridiculous. As "a sharp person" I'm surprised you wouldn't catch this.

    I think you are in a good position speaking about the medical sector being predominantly iOS, but you tread on thin ice when you start spouting about other sectors. You mentioned aviation. This is something I know about. I've been a private pilot (fixed wing and rotary) for well over two decades. I own a Cherokee Six. It is a seven seater, very similar to the plane John John Kennedy died in. I am commercial rated in fixed. IFR in both. I'm not a professional pilot, but I've got more professional pilot buddies than I can shake a stick at. And I can shake a stick at a lot of people. ;-) We're all Android... all of us. I'd be really hard pressed to come up with a single pilot friend using an iPhone, much less an iPad, but that may be just the company I keep. More importantly, why would you cite aviataion? We rarely use anything like this for flying. It really doesn't fit. Sure, there are apps all over the place, but they are essentially for beginner pilots / newbies, or written by newbies to help them with flight planning. Our logs are paper. When we train, they need to be signed by a CFI. The instrument panel has everything we need for navigation. I use my phone to get pre-flight weather, but when I even remotely believe I'll see IMC, I'm on a voice call. Any pilot that isn't shouldn't be flying. In flight, we're talking... getting PIREPs, etc... No... there is little need nor place for mobile electronics in aviation.

    I'm sure you can find the iPhone in the back cabin. I'm sure the flight attendants love them. :-) And I'll have to admit there are probably a percentage of pilots with iProducts. Again, Apple does command 15% of the market. Somebody has to have them. ;-)

    Getting your data from tweets makes a lot of sense. It's clear you're getting fed from Apple fanboy sources, because the stuff you point at doesn't come up in searches. They seem like obscure fanboy articles.
    03-27-2012 05:16 PM
  6. lpt2569's Avatar
    OK.

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    03-27-2012 07:30 PM
  7. Maikai.Guy's Avatar
    OK.

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    YES!!! Victory is sweet!
    03-27-2012 07:45 PM
  8. lpt2569's Avatar
    Yes you definitely win a prize...

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    03-27-2012 08:15 PM
  9. Maikai.Guy's Avatar
    Interesting tidbit sent to me by a friend:

    Forbes: Do iOS Apps Crash More Than Android Apps? A Data Dive

    "The Apple iOS operating system app crashes accounted for more of the app crashes in Crittercisms data than did Android-based phones ... iOS accounted for close to three-fourths of the app crashes, with Android making up the rest."

    Do iOS Apps Crash More Than Android Apps? A Data Dive - Forbes
    Puts a new spin on "It just works" doesn't it? iPhone may "just work", but apparently it doesn't work as well as an Android. ;-)
    04-08-2012 07:01 PM
  10. Speedygi's Avatar
    You know what? I use an IPhone 4S and I can say this as its advantages:

    1. Better battery life compared to high end Android phones for sure

    2. Far greater range of apps

    3. More polished experience overall

    Disadvantages:

    1.Mobile web is atrocious to say the least, don't believe the hype for Safari, crap

    2. Limited connectivity for office based files

    3. Limited seamlessness between apps

    4. Limited customisation capabilities

    So, really, if you are even into this kind of across the board inclusivity get an Android, no-in-between.
    04-09-2012 12:54 AM
  11. lpt2569's Avatar
    Interesting tidbit sent to me by a friend:

    Puts a new spin on "It just works" doesn't it? iPhone may "just work", but apparently it doesn't work as well as an Android. ;-)
    No. The article was the author's opinion based on one month of data from a company called Crittercism...hardly a well known source, and a bit skewed in their motivation perhaps...

    "Crittercism, (a startup company) which is backed by Google Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), AngelPad, AOL Ventures, Opus Capital and Shasta Ventures, provides crash reporting to app developers."

    KPCB specializes in investments in incubation and early stage companies.[5] Since 1972, KPCB has supported hundreds of entrepreneurs in building over 475 companies, including such major names as Amazon.com, Sun Microsystems, Electronic Arts, Genentech, Intuit, AOL, Genomic Health, Verisign, InMobi and Google.

    AngelPad is a mentorship program founded by a team of ex-Googlers to help technology startups build better products, attract seed funding and grow more successful businesses.

    Mr. Richard Dalzell (senior member of AOL Board of Directors) was Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Amazon.com, Inc
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    04-09-2012 11:29 AM
  12. Johnly's Avatar
    The darkside chkooooooooo kahhhhhhhhhh chkooooooo kahhhhhhhhh! Ha ha, kidding aside, both platforms are good but offer a different experience. I have run them both extensively, for me, iOS just runs hotter quarter miles and the pit crew is always there. If you advocate your knowledge on iOS or Android you will learn you can get about anything you want from both OS. It comes down to hardware IMO, get good hardware and be set. I think Winows on some premium hardware is becoming something to desire. Many people have a PC and run windows. Get a platform that works with the technology in your house, why not have superior integration rather than running several OS at different points? That's what I would do, run an OS that streamlines my life so I can go play. iPhone 5? Yes please! It's all about the finished product!
    04-09-2012 12:04 PM
  13. Maikai.Guy's Avatar
    No. The article was the author's opinion based on one month of data from a company called Crittercism...hardly a well known source, and a bit skewed in their motivation perhaps...

    "Crittercism, (a startup company) which is backed by Google Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), AngelPad, AOL Ventures, Opus Capital and Shasta Ventures, provides crash reporting to app developers."

    KPCB specializes in investments in incubation and early stage companies.[5] Since 1972, KPCB has supported hundreds of entrepreneurs in building over 475 companies, including such major names as Amazon.com, Sun Microsystems, Electronic Arts, Genentech, Intuit, AOL, Genomic Health, Verisign, InMobi and Google.

    AngelPad is a mentorship program founded by a team of ex-Googlers to help technology startups build better products, attract seed funding and grow more successful businesses.

    Mr. Richard Dalzell (senior member of AOL Board of Directors) was Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Amazon.com, Inc
    I just love your denials. How can you post pro-apple opinion articles from a pro-Apple twitter feed... articles that are just about impossible to find using a straight web search, then accuse these guys of making up their data? You don't see the hypocrisy in that? Forbes is reporting on *data*, it's not an "opinion" piece. It would be valid to question the context and methods for collecting that data, but you can't call it opinion.

    I thought you said you were involved in research? You completely missed (or intentionally/conveniently left out) the strong ties some of these investment companies have with Apple. As an example, your biggest paragraph is slamming KPCB. How the heck did you miss iFund?!?! ...an investment pool, in partnership with Apple, aimed at young companies working with iPhones, iPads and iPods. Seriously? You're accusing KPCB of being Android fanboys?! Maybe you want to do some more research and rethink that? Huh? ;-)

    The data isn't bogus and doesn't become "opinion" just because you don't like what it reveals.

    It's always a flawed assumption that investment companies would force their investees to fudge results. Those investment companies want/need Crittercism to be recognized for offering a valued, unbiased, service to the developer world. That's the only way they get an ROI. They are not going to pump millions of dollars into one company just so they can bolster another (especially when a company like Google doesn't need any bolstering at all!!!).
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    04-09-2012 08:42 PM
  14. Maikai.Guy's Avatar
    The darkside chkooooooooo kahhhhhhhhhh chkooooooo kahhhhhhhhh! Ha ha, kidding aside, both platforms are good but offer a different experience. I have run them both extensively, for me, iOS just runs hotter quarter miles and the pit crew is always there. If you advocate your knowledge on iOS or Android you will learn you can get about anything you want from both OS. It comes down to hardware IMO, get good hardware and be set. I think Winows on some premium hardware is becoming something to desire. Many people have a PC and run windows. Get a platform that works with the technology in your house, why not have superior integration rather than running several OS at different points? That's what I would do, run an OS that streamlines my life so I can go play. iPhone 5? Yes please! It's all about the finished product!
    Yeah... if truth be told, the differences between iOS and Android on the phone level are akin to the differences between plain vanilla and Rocky Road ice creams. Some people really like the pure taste of vanilla. Others want the textures and complimentary tastes of Rocky Road. I'm a Chunky Monkey man myself. ;-)

    But when it comes down to it, most phones are used for calls, messaging and the occasional app. Once in the app, the OS that got you there is a footnote.

    Of course, if you drive a lot and need a GPS, Android is the hands down phone winner, but I'm sure someone can think of an equally useful and powerful tool on iOS, like cut the rope or angry birds or something.

    Where Android and iOS really depart for me is in the tablet-for-enterprise environment. When in a meeting, I might need to have a presentation, document, spreadsheet, .pdf, all available to me at the same time. The multitasking capabilities of ICS is great for that... allowing me to dynamically switch from one to another to another... like Windows on a PC. I want my data arranged in a familiar file system. I want to find a file, click on it and have it open automatically in the appropriate app, just like on my notebook. It's in this context I find Android shines brightest... the general ability to use it like a notebook computer.
    04-09-2012 09:17 PM
  15. Johnly's Avatar
    Yeah... if truth be told, the differences between iOS and Android on the phone level are akin to the differences between plain vanilla and Rocky Road ice creams. Some people really like the pure taste of vanilla. Others want the textures and complimentary tastes of Rocky Road. I'm a Chunky Monkey man myself. ;-)

    But when it comes down to it, most phones are used for calls, messaging and the occasional app. Once in the app, the OS that got you there is a footnote.

    Of course, if you drive a lot and need a GPS, Android is the hands down phone winner, but I'm sure someone can think of an equally useful and powerful tool on iOS, like cut the rope or angry birds or something.

    Where Android and iOS really depart for me is in the tablet-for-enterprise environment. When in a meeting, I might need to have a presentation, document, spreadsheet, .pdf, all available to me at the same time. The multitasking capabilities of ICS is great for that... allowing me to dynamically switch from one to another to another... like Windows on a PC. I want my data arranged in a familiar file system. I want to find a file, click on it and have it open automatically in the appropriate app, just like on my notebook. It's in this context I find Android shines brightest... the general ability to use it like a notebook computer.
    Love the iOS vs Android argument.....love it, good for us. Google navigation, something I used to proclaim the best is trumped by free apps in Apples market. That google nav lady sounds like she is crying and sad, and googles directions suck. Sorry man. Map quest free in iOS just trumps google Nav so hard, she sounds healthy, will steer you in the right direction and let's you know when recalculating is taking place. Fin.

    Really, nothing productive like that can happen on a tablet iOS? Both OS perform strong tasks. You make it sound like Apple CDS, can't do shiza. Fact is they both perform well and each have their strong points, but to argue one is so superior to the other is kinda naive don't you think?
    04-09-2012 09:38 PM
  16. lpt2569's Avatar
    Really, nothing productive like that can happen on a tablet iOS? Both OS perform strong tasks. You make it sound like Apple CDS, can't do shiza. Fact is they both perform well and each have their strong points, but to argue one is so superior to the other is kinda naive don't you think?
    Uh oh...you said an iOS product can be productive, and called him naive for thinking otherwise...you're a Fanboy, you're a Fanboy!! Quick, get him, get him Makai.Guy! (I know you only have a single speed bike from 1995, but don't let that stop you).
    04-10-2012 09:05 AM
  17. Johnly's Avatar
    Uh oh...you said an iOS product can be productive, and called him naive for thinking otherwise...you're a Fanboy, you're a Fanboy!! Quick, get him, get him Makai.Guy! (I know you only have a single speed bike from 1995, but don't let that stop you).
    Seriously?
    04-10-2012 09:13 AM
  18. lpt2569's Avatar
    Seriously?
    No.
    04-10-2012 09:33 AM
  19. Speedygi's Avatar
    It's the public perception, no one thinks Apple can do stuff...because frankly it can't do a few things an Android phone can do. Perceptions do tend to sweep across sometimes
    04-10-2012 10:33 AM
  20. lpt2569's Avatar
    It's the public perception, no one thinks Apple can do stuff...because frankly it can't do a few things an Android phone can do. Perceptions do tend to sweep across sometimes
    Agreed 100%. I am a huge fan of Android, love my phone and all the customizations to make it do things almost exactly how I want it to do things. Can't do that with the iPhone as much, which is why I currently do not want one. But I find those sweeping perceptions that all thing iOS are awful and that nothing with iOS can possibly be productive for someone to be incredibly shallow and narrow minded. I do not see that type of attitude any differently than the Apple Fanboys who cheer all-things-Jobs to be magical and the only praise-worthy devices on the planet. It's all equally ridiculous.
    04-10-2012 10:52 AM
  21. Maikai.Guy's Avatar
    Love the iOS vs Android argument.....love it, good for us. Google navigation, something I used to proclaim the best is trumped by free apps in Apples market. That google nav lady sounds like she is crying and sad, and googles directions suck. Sorry man. Map quest free in iOS just trumps google Nav so hard, she sounds healthy, will steer you in the right direction and let's you know when recalculating is taking place. Fin.

    Really, nothing productive like that can happen on a tablet iOS? Both OS perform strong tasks. You make it sound like Apple CDS, can't do shiza. Fact is they both perform well and each have their strong points, but to argue one is so superior to the other is kinda naive don't you think?
    Not naive.

    It depends on how one uses the device. If you were a radiologist the iPad would be the better device... far and away... no contest. That's because electronic media radio-graphs use a proprietary format and the industry was wary of Android, just as the movie industry was wary. So there is no solution for viewing radio-graphs on an Android tablet... well... no "good" solution that can match with iPad.

    The preference for the iPad and a radiologist's arguments for why it was better are not born out of naivet. They are born out of personal usage and the experience it brings.

    On the other hand, for what I do and how I use my tablet, an Android tablet does things best. These are general usage things, like the fundamental way I can navigate around my Android device... very similar to my notebook computer. I can have identical subdirectories set up. In fact, I do. Things an iPad would struggle with. Could you force an iPad into my kind of usage?... yeah, sure. Would it be nearly as comfortable an experience?... hell no!

    Everyone thinks everyone else is like them. I'm a victim of that thinking too. We all are, for the most part. I think my preference reflects a "general" superiority of the Android OS and therefore would appeal to more users. So yeah... I think Android beats iOS at this point in time. But my opinion is not born out of ignorance or naivet. It's born out of personal usage and the experience that brought me.

    I am not a stranger to iOS. I owned the first three iPhones. I encounter people weekly using iPads and we have civil discussions about what features/capabilities we each like. From these encounters with iPad owners and other Android tablet owners, I find far more ignorance and naivet about Android than I find from Android users about Apple.

    I'd say it's kind of hard to be ignorant or naive about iOS5 in the world we live in. There is a near constant assault of advertising and Apple fan-boys wanting to tell how wonderful their device is... while they listen to absolutely nothing about Android.
    04-10-2012 12:13 PM
  22. Maikai.Guy's Avatar
    (I know you only have a single speed bike from 1995, but don't let that stop you).
    1995?!? I wish!

    I'm still using my "Sting-Ray" bike from the 1960's with a "banana seat" and a "sissy bar!"
    04-10-2012 12:23 PM
  23. Johnly's Avatar
    Not naive.

    It depends on how one uses the device. If you were a radiologist the iPad would be the better device... far and away... no contest. That's because electronic media radio-graphs use a proprietary format and the industry was wary of Android, just as the movie industry was wary. So there is no solution for viewing radio-graphs on an Android tablet... well... no "good" solution that can match with iPad.

    The preference for the iPad and a radiologist's arguments for why it was better are not born out of naivet. They are born out of personal usage and the experience it brings.

    On the other hand, for what I do and how I use my tablet, an Android tablet does things best. These are general usage things, like the fundamental way I can navigate around my Android device... very similar to my notebook computer. I can have identical subdirectories set up. In fact, I do. Things an iPad would struggle with. Could you force an iPad into my kind of usage?... yeah, sure. Would it be nearly as comfortable an experience?... hell no!

    Everyone thinks everyone else is like them. I'm a victim of that thinking too. We all are, for the most part. I think my preference reflects a "general" superiority of the Android OS and therefore would appeal to more users. So yeah... I think Android beats iOS at this point in time. But my opinion is not born out of ignorance or naivet. It's born out of personal usage and the experience that brought me.

    I am not a stranger to iOS. I owned the first three iPhones. I encounter people weekly using iPads and we have civil discussions about what features/capabilities we each like. From these encounters with iPad owners and other Android tablet owners, I find far more ignorance and naivet about Android than I find from Android users about Apple.

    I'd say it's kind of hard to be ignorant or naive about iOS5 in the world we live in. There is a near constant assault of advertising and Apple fan-boys wanting to tell how wonderful their device is... while they listen to absolutely nothing about Android.
    I hear your point, android tabs and OS are better. You can feel that way For me I know using powerful software like keynote on a iPad for a presentation is by far superior. We agree to disagree I was a long time Android user, but iOS is just far quicker to integrate in my life. Not to long ago you had to convert power points to work on the galaxy tab. ICS has stepped up, and that is good. I like both platforms, but when you said android tablet for enterprise is the king of presentation and does it more dynamically I spit out my coffee and laughed so hard. Thank you
    04-10-2012 12:37 PM
  24. lpt2569's Avatar
    ...fan-boys wanting to tell how wonderful their device is... while they listen to absolutely nothing about Android.
    But this is exactly how you come across in these discussions, but from the other point of view. Despite a mountain of real world examples of people using their iPads for productive purposes, you simply dismiss all of it because they aren't doing things the way you want to do things...browse to a file in a directory. But times are changing, and not everyone works that way anymore, I hope you can at least acknowledge that to be true. If an app on an iPad can complete a task the user wants to complete, and it helps them get their job done, what difference does it make how they got it done? If a doctor can pull up his/her patients' chart, or a teacher can display his/her lesson for the day, a salesperson shows his/her presentation to a boardroom - all of these things done from an iPad...is this not real work getting done? I've personally witnessed every one of these things, and I'm sure a lot of other folks have, and there is plenty of info on the old intraweb to show this to be true. Are all of these people simply delusional teenage girls? Can Android tablets do the same things, and maybe a little more? Of course they can, I've never said anything to the contrary. But at least admit productivity is possible on devices other than Android.

    And you continue to call me and others on here Apple Fanboys, despite another mountain of evidence to the contrary. You draw a line in the sand for everyone, and make everything Android vs. Apple, and you HAVE to be on one side or the other. And if not on your side, you dismiss the person as an Apple fanboy. It's kinda silly at this point, don't you think?
    04-10-2012 12:51 PM
  25. lpt2569's Avatar
    I hear your point, android tabs and OS are better. You can feel that way For me I know using powerful software like keynote on a iPad for a presentation is by far superior. We agree to disagree I was a long time Android user, but iOS is just far quicker to integrate in my life. Not to long ago you had to convert power points to work on the galaxy tab. ICS has stepped up, and that is good. I like both platforms, but when you said android tablet for enterprise is the king of presentation and does it more dynamically I spit out my coffee and laughed so hard. Thank you
    +1
    04-10-2012 12:52 PM
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