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  1. #21
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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    I have an Android device and an iPad.

    Both OS' have their advantages. I prefer the overall customization/look/feel of Android but iOS' app selection truly is unmatched (though Android does have everything I need).

    It really depends on what you prefer tbh.


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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    Quote Originally Posted by FonDog View Post
    I have an Android device and an iPad.

    Both OS' have their advantages. I prefer the overall customization/look/feel of Android but iOS' app selection truly is unmatched (though Android does have everything I need).

    It really depends on what you prefer tbh.
    I never really paid much attention to Apple's selection of applications. I don't download a lot of applications, so just about everything I have wanted is available on Android's Play Store.



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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    android, android phone there are many, I think the good point android phone completely comparable to the iphone....



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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    Honestly they are both the same
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    It's gonna be a long rivalry



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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    I have an iPhone and Note II, and I have to say that I love the simplicity of the iPhone. It works great and the apps indeed are a plus. You can find all the best apps, and the iOS apps work better than on Android from my experience. In terms of customization, organization, and the freedom to do a lot of things, I go with the Android. It's honestly more functional, and I like that you can have more storage.



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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    if you like freedom, you should choose android instead



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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    iPhone is better
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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    Quote Originally Posted by eridesktop View Post
    if you like freedom, you should choose android instead
    I agree, you can customize Android much more than the iPhone from what I've read.



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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    I think that iPhones are classier in some ways, though it's hard to say exactly what I mean by that. Maybe 'more stylish' is a better way to say it. They seem to be more popular amongst my female friends than with guys.



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    Re: iPhone vs Android

    I believe they both have pros and cons. But I think that Android is still more promising.
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