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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    Both of them have their own properties. Like iPhone have Apple and Android phone have Android. Both are amazing.


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    I haven't heard much about the regular iPod anymore, it's all about the iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad now. I don't have any Apple devices. I used to use an MP3 player (by SanDisk), but now I just use my Android phone and tablet.
    The regular iPod never seemed to be all that popular. I have one myself, which I bought because I wanted a no-frills MP3 player with a ton of storage space. With a 160 GB hard drive, I feel like I got my money's worth. If I had spent the same $250 on an iPod touch, I would have only gotten about 32 GB of storage space, and my iPod would have been halfway full the day I brought it home!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammie_Jo View Post
    The regular iPod never seemed to be all that popular. I have one myself, which I bought because I wanted a no-frills MP3 player with a ton of storage space. With a 160 GB hard drive, I feel like I got my money's worth. If I had spent the same $250 on an iPod touch, I would have only gotten about 32 GB of storage space, and my iPod would have been halfway full the day I brought it home!
    I don't listen to many songs, so 1 GB is plenty for me. I couldn't imagine having 160 GB worth of music!

    I wonder why the iPod Touch doesn't have a lot of storage. Do they expect more people to stream the music instead of downloading it?



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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    This round of purchases was definitely going to go to the iPhone until I really started reviewing the Galaxy S3. The S3 totally blew the iPhone out of the water!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Konfused1 View Post
    This round of purchases was definitely going to go to the iPhone until I really started reviewing the Galaxy S3. The S3 totally blew the iPhone out of the water!
    I like the Samsung Galaxy S3 advertisements against the iPhone. I think they're funny. I would choose the Samsung Galaxy S3 also. I think it's a great device.



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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    I had an iPhone for about a year or two, then I went to the Android land and never went back. The iPhone was fine until it got too slow for me, the same thing happened with the first Android and now I am on my second. Honestly I am not sure if I am just demanding more from my phones at this point or not, feels like I have done everything "exactly the same" for years now.



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    Quote Originally Posted by conissa View Post
    I had an iPhone for about a year or two, then I went to the Android land and never went back. The iPhone was fine until it got too slow for me, the same thing happened with the first Android and now I am on my second. Honestly I am not sure if I am just demanding more from my phones at this point or not, feels like I have done everything "exactly the same" for years now.
    I thought my first Android phone was fast until I got my second. Then, I was happy with my second, when I got my third and current Android phone. Now the other two feel extremely slow. I don't know how I dealt with it. So, I don't think we're being more demanding, I think it is just we get used to the performance of a phone, and when we upgrade we notice the difference.

    If I used a Samsung Galaxy SIII for a day I probably would think my current phone is slow.
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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    Currently, I just have a basic, prepaid flip phone, but before that, I had an Android and loved it. I know some people swear by the iPhone, but I just don't see where all the hype is coming from. Don't most of iPhone's apps cost money, whereas most of Android's apps are free?



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    I have never tried the android, but I really enjoy my iPhone. I've had an iPhone now for about two years, I believe, and it's never disappointed me.

    I also think that it depends on what other devices you have. For instance, if you have anything else Apple, then it is just easier to go with the iPhone. I have a Mac, which works very well with the iPhone and any other iDevice, while the iPhone doesn't have as many advantages with a Windows computer.

    Overall, I recommend anything made by Apple.



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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    I prefer androids, then again I don't really like apple products



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