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- Oh sorry for this weird writing, my keyboard main correction is for french and I missed some of them.
Sillage should have been "still" and sorry for several "wrong" dotsMay 12, 2012
- Apple toys are for low intelectual peopleMay 12, 2012
- Just don't see in what ways ios is simpler than Android to use. back in the bad old days of 1.6, maybe, but since then, no.May 12, 2012
- iOS has improved somewhat from the beginning in terms of customisability, taking several pages out of Android's book such as being able to set custom MP3 notification tones and disable popup notifications for text messages. And it should also be said that Android's interface has become cleaner and more intuitive. We should be thankful that developers can learn from each other's strengths and weaknesses in this way.
Personally, while I am a hardline Android user, I don't really have a problem with iOS. The interface is not for me, but then neither was the stock Android interface - mine's been customised to bits, and that's just what I like about Android. And now that everyone's mother-in-law and her dog has a smartphone, it certainly can be good thing to have an out-of-the-box, very little setup required, standard across all devices interface such as Apple products have. There are pros and cons to both.May 13, 2012
- Android does NOT have a learning curve. You start using it and can do all that IOS offers within minutes. Then you realize theres more out there and the walled garden doesnt exist and you can do MORE than what you were ALLOWED to do on IOS. The learning curve is called 'Freedom and choice' welcome to it. You're welcomeMay 14, 2012
- I started slow but before i knew it i was rooting my phone, flashing roms, and being able to do things i never even dreamed of like wireless tethering without using verizon's service.May 14, 2012