20 Replies to “iOS vs Android: The State of Mobile”

  1. ShiggitayMedia

    I like both OSes, but I agree.. .Android has the slight edge over even the well polished iOS 7… With that said I have a Nexus 5 (before that I've had the Samsung Epic 4G aka 1st gen Galaxy S device on Sprint, the HTC Evo 3D and the Palm/HP Pre), but in the past I've had the iPhone (OG 2007 model on AT&T on their EDGE/2G network… ugh…) and then until Christmas 2013 I had the iPhone 5. If the rumors of the iPhone 6 offering two different screen sizes hold true then I think I'll end up selling my N5 (or maybe keep it for international travel? Hmm… I do have an upgrade to use…) getting the iPhone 6 5.5" since it'd be very phablet-esque, and I wouldn't have to worry about having a phone and a tablet at the same time on my person.

    Also and in closing, great job on being totally unbiased with your comparison. That's hard to do without totally fanboying out on a certain topic, and I applaud on accomplishing this.

  2. Johannesbub

    I feel like iOS is better than Android because it is much easier for an older person (like my dad) to pick it up and know how to use it than the android since it's really confusing to use, even for someone like me who's much more "advanced" with technology

  3. Jacob L

    IOS is better in my opinion as I don't like customisation etc and I find the interface simpler and it links with my other apple devices perfectly! Each to their own. 😄

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