- no, unfortunately not - I just dabble at the moment. I am just one who sees both sides of the coin. I actually use both Android and Apple products, so I see and benefit from both products.
I think Apple's dominance is due to one thing - a single manufacture using a standardized software and hardware platform. This nearly collapsed Apple in the 80's & 90's, but they bounced back.
Android is great and I use it exclusively for my mobile platforms now. It allows users to unlock the true potential of the phones hardware, etc....I do agree "fragmentation" is highly used, but some sort of standardization across the vass cellular/tablet platforms couldn't hurt Android's rise in the technology arena.