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03-24-2013, 03:44 PM #41
Simon what ya use ya nexus for? Just to mess around with it and all?
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03-24-2013, 05:43 PM #45
That's not even an argument. It's "tooo damn sexii"? The iPhone look is too boring for me, its been the same for way to long.[/QUOTE]
Just like u said is too boring for (yOU) not for the billions of iPhone users so stop hating lol. Keep ur plastic phone if that makes u happy pal.Instagram: zplit
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03-24-2013, 06:17 PM #47
Ill take the Droid DNA over the iphone on looks. How is iOS much cleaner and runs better than a high end Android device?
from my rooted Droid DNA
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03-25-2013, 06:44 AM #56
do you carry your iphone in an Aluminium case?
i bet you use a plastic case as the 99.9% of the users.
i'm not an apple or android fan. i'm just saying my thoughts, and i prefer Android to use it daily.
i don't care if games are better. i don't spend $700 in an iphone to play.
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03-26-2013, 07:15 AM #59
At the risk of starting a flame war: they're similar in many ways except 1 major one: taste. The Galaxy SIII is a F*ugly device. It's cheap and chintzy-looking. I bought a One X+ last year (getting the HTC One in the next week or so) because I couldn't stand how terrible-looking the SIII was, despite its great technical specs. Seriously, Samsung need to quit going Gangnam style on their smarthphones.
I don't care if the Galaxy SIII or SIV can run a space probe (well, okay, if they could, that would be cool) since, in real world use, the iPhone 5 is already pretty impressive. It's actually odd: iOS users get better real-world device performance even though their hardware is supposedly not as great. Meanwhile, as an Android user, you either need to be running stock Android via a custom Rom or a Nexus device, otherwise, all that computing power goes to waste pushing crappy UI layers like Touchwiz. Sure, widgets are great -- heck, a lot of Cydia tweaks add UI flourishes that are available on stock Android -- but I still find iOS devices more reliable.
03-26-2013, 04:50 PM #60
example: If I wanted to post a screen shot from my phone to this website., I can take the screen shot, right from the screen shot I can upload it to photo bucket come here and post a link. you can NOT do that on an iPhone. you'd have to take the screen shot then open a second app to accomplish the same task.
example: I wanted a song from youtube, from my phone I can (within 60 seconds) download the video, upload it to the server where it gets converted then download back to my phone without any input from me besides entering the URL of the video. once downloaded I can with a file explorer browse my phone for the mp3 then Im prompted to choose which media player I want to use to open it. once opened I just add it to my play list. you can NOT do this on an iPhone, even a jailbroken iPhone would not be able to accomplish this simple task.
example. I just spent 7 minutes using my thumb to type an email then decide that I need to add an attachment (of any file type) 2 or 3 taps later and its inserted into my email. you cannot do this with an iPhone....unless there's some app (free or FEE) in the app store which you have to search for, install and try it to see if its what you're looking for. time consuming and costly.
example. how any app I install can be set as my default app. Never, ever will apple allow you to do this.
example. how any Android app has widgets, no iOS app (except a few clunky Cydia apps) have this ability.
there is nothing I can think of that as you said, can do things a lot faster with iOS. it's simply not true but I can do many many things much much faster and a lot easier with Android. ie add music to my device. I dont have to sync my whole phone first., use my desktop to create a playlist then sync my whole phone again just for one song. all I need to do is drag and drop. done.
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