Benard
5 years ago10,000+ Views
Often you will hear that iOS is better than Android and that's not really true. Each has its strengths, and yes, some apps are better on one platform than the other. This is where you should be deciding how to make that shopping list for Christmas
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@Goyo, yes true. If you are used to iOS, there will be a learning curve. I transitioned from an iOS device to Android and it took me a while. However in the end, it's what you use it for that dictates the value and usefulness of the device. Apple has its strengths in certain applications and no one can deny that.
@benard I tried the galaxy 4 and it just seems too complicated and a bit slow to be completely honest. i am sure though that part of that was bc i was used to iPhone interface
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