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|03-22-2016 08:46 AM|
|Amy||Iphone for me, admit that Samsung are providing a hell of a lot more with their phones than Iphone but I just find the Iphone more user friendly and prefer the app store to be honest.|
|03-06-2016 01:11 PM|
Android for me. I refuse to drink the Apple flavored Kool-Aid!
I have an HTC One M8 - Highly recommended (I heard that the M9 isn't an improvement)
|03-06-2016 01:07 PM|
|ItalianAlfa||I have an Android phone, but I hope to own an iPhone as next phone... Even better if it will be a gift from friends/family/etc. :-)|
|02-17-2016 09:44 PM|
|Dave Brink||Kaspersky Labs CEO said that Windows Phone Is the most secure Mobile operating system. Bing it if you don't believe me.|
|02-17-2016 11:43 AM|
iPhone, and for the reasons people think.
Apple's ecosystem is much more secure than the android's. Although I must admit android provides more apps, but that openness comes at a cost.
|02-10-2016 05:01 AM|
|02-10-2016 04:09 AM|
|ossodiseppia||I have an android. There are a ton of apps for them. For iphones, you have to go thru Apple to get apps. There are far fewer apps available for iphones.|
|02-10-2016 03:01 AM|
|regie||Personally I prefer Android because I don't feel so confined to the Apple ecosystem, the same ecosystem which has successfully made Apple fans stick to Apple all these years. To be fair, if it works for you and you're happy with Apple's solution for everything, then Godspeed. I prefer having the liberty to root my phone and install unofficial apps and such. Just my two cents.|
|01-24-2016 02:37 PM|
Been using a Samsung Nexus Galaxy for 3 years now, still works great. But I now use Macs at home. A D9 would not be strong enough to push me towards a Windows whatever again. My daughter now has a Iphone - and I see the benefits of an integrated system.
Funniest thing I saw when shopping for my daughter's phone - a bargain priced Iphone operating Android. Just like a $50 Rolex.
Apple service is something. Their stores do look like temples, but they do provide solutions when you are stuck. You get what you pay for.
|01-23-2016 04:05 PM|
|alfaporsche||Android. Just upgraded from Galaxy S4 to an S6 edge. I love Samsung Pay. You can use it in any credit card reader; the merchant didn't I doesn't have to be a member.|
|01-22-2016 01:10 AM|
I have an Android. Yes "phones" do a lot more these days than just let you talk to someone but honestly it's still just my phone and the idea of camping out in line to get the newest one seems just plain weird to me.
My favorite phone was the Droid Razr I had before my current Turbo. It was the perfect size and you could comfortably carry it in a regular shirt pocket but nowadays it seems like the smallest phone you can get is the size of a snack tray.
I don't like that much.
|01-21-2016 10:26 PM|
|Dave Brink||I prefer Windows Phones. I had a Nokia Lumia 625, for a year and eleven months till the battery swelled, but I think that was my fault. The quote to fix it was more than a new one. My upgrade this Febuary will be a Nokia Lumia 930 in lime green. Android is terrible to use, too many start screens. iPhone's are not bad but they're too mainstream for me. My mom has got a Samsung S6, brother and sister have iPhone 5s' and my dad has a iPhone 6.|
|01-13-2016 11:18 AM|
I've had both, my phone is provided by my work. I prefer Android.
My son, who works in the phone business, was a staunch iPhone advocate. Then he got an Android. He prefers the Android.
YMMV. I think its a matter of personal preference.
|01-13-2016 11:07 AM|
I support a mobile application - I have a Samsung Galaxy S4 phone, just acquired a new Samsung Galaxy S2 8" tablet. My wife uses an IPad mini. I borrow that when I need to test our app with IOS.
Both platforms are constantly get better, faster, more stable. IOS requires less fussing.
My take -
|01-13-2016 10:55 AM|
|haty||iphone ...i've tryed lot's of androids but apple is still the most reliable|
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