Which is better Apple or Android?

Philippines
February 18, 2013 12:49am CST
I have an Iphone as well as an Android. Iphone has a limited applications which I cannot enjoy well. While in Android phone has lots of free applications which I can enjoy alot. Just like for example on my android phone I have this application called Handscent SMS this application gives you the privilage to tweak the appearance of your regular sms background unlike Iphone, I'm tired of using that bubble kind of stuff
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@AkoPinay (10099)
• Philippines
26 Dec
I also have iPhone and android. I like typing/blogging and photography from iPhone but my problem is activating/updating iOS we have no DSL at home and Apple does not accept debit cards. I like chrome on android because I can update it using cellular data and I could buy apps using local debit cards but I cannot upload photos from my phone on some sites (Steemit and bitLanders) unlike from iPhone safari. If I could afford to buy new iPhone I'd still buy one for photography and online/mobile banking. iOS is more secure than android. I always get virus warning on android. :)
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• Philippines
27 Dec
i also have both. i used to like apple because of the security and no lag. but now i prefer android more because of the unlimited application download and also the availability of chat heads in facebook messenger
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@vanz_6 (100)
• Philippines
19 Feb 13
I'm not really very familiar with iPhone because I never had one. But my husband recently bought a Samsung Tab with Android OS. So far, we're enjoying it a lot. The salesperson where we bought the gadget said that Android is much better because you can easily download a lot more applications, some you can even download for free even if it's a paid app. Well, we haven't really tried that if it's true, we're just downloading free apps for now. Anyway, for me I can say that Android is better. I think Apple is complicated, in my own opinion. :-)
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• Philippines
19 Feb 13
I'll go for android. The downside in using Apple for me is the Itunes. You can't easily copy any multimedia file from just any computer. You will need to have Itunes. The good thing with android is that it is so easy to copy and paste music or movies to the phone. I do have an Iphone too but I like Android way too much.
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@blackrusty (3530)
• Mexico
19 Feb 13
I as well have the droid phone and i used a apple phone as well myself i like my droid phone over all the others
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@shrijsr (577)
• Bangalore, India
18 Feb 13
Ah! I will always go for the android. the main reason for that is, well, i really cannot get stuck with a single phone for years just because I have paid a really lot of money on it. (Eg : iphone 5 is rupees 45000 in India) it costs my 2 month salary. With the developing technology, each day new designs and new models and new technologies come in. When I buy an android phone, which costs around 10-15K for a good quality phone, I can think about replacing it when I really get bored about it. When I buy an Iphone, No ways can I think about it unless of course, I really get to that point of time, when I can afford to change the Iphone also when I get really bored of it.
@wwjwcom (237)
• Hubei, China
18 Feb 13
Well,I think iPhone is easier to use than that of android.No offense.I prefer a phone with simple style.In terms of the price,some phones with android have higher price than iPhone.So it depends on which phone you want to buy.
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@shrijsr (577)
• Bangalore, India
18 Feb 13
That's right. At the end of the day, it is all about how much you want to spend on a phone and the simplicity factor that you would maintain with your phone and its features.
• Philippines
18 Feb 13
mine, i got an android first, then apple. i just changed because sometimes it won't charge and memory is too low. but if i will compare the two when it comes to services, i still go for android because it comes with different applications that apple don't have
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@Janurmas (645)
• Indonesia
18 Feb 13
I think apple and android as same as good. But you can choose the services that according to your preferences. I prefer to use Android because there are many developers who are freely to share their applications through android market. You even can sell your android application if you create one and share or sell it on android market. But the apple company develops its own applications so share and sell it to the apple users. I think android devices are cheaper than Apple installed devices. I prefer to buy android devices.
• New York, New York
10 Jan 14
The iPhone has to be the most popular tech gadget that has been released in the past few years. As a telephone a messaging tool or a multimedia device the iPhone serves a purpose for everyone. iPhone wallpapers allows users to bring customization to another level.
• Philippines
21 Feb 13
Try to explore the beauty oh Apple! Don't get stucked up on your androids for the sake of "my 1st gadget" " igot used to it" reasons... Lots of apps to choose from and get creative! Try to find what suits you the best! And the security issue? It's one of the best! There's an app that helped the police to locate the snatcher's exact location. No kidding, it's on the news! So it got to be Apple!
• India
19 Feb 13
Oh:) I think apple is the best for usin applications:) bec am usin iPad mini:) it's so sensitive to work in tat n to hav more applications etc.... N very easy to send mess by forwarding our photos n videos....In apple I installed one software for mess:) it's really very awesome to use :) it's called iOS messenger:) jus try in ur iPhone :)
• Philippines
19 Feb 13
Well, it really depends on what you want. I am an Apple user since college and I have been loyal to this product ever since. So I will be choosing Apple over Android. I haven't tried using an Android so I couldn't compare them. With Apple, you get simplicity yet with elegance. It is also very durable. Yes, Android may have a lot of apps to offer but Apple apps I believe are more reliable if they have a counterpart with Android apps. Anyway, I am not here to out down Android. I am just saying that Apple has proved its quality and continues to make great products. I like my stuff simple yet reliable. No much complication. We want an easy life. Cheers!
@joliefille (3696)
• Philippines
19 Feb 13
I've been an Apple user ever since. Mainly because of the influence of my previous company. I had begun to like their products from frequent use of iPhone and Macbooks. I haven't tried Android before so I cannot compare that much. Nonetheless I am open to try out an Android phone if I could.