The debate "Android is better than apple" was started by
March 13, 2017, 1:50 pm.
11 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 4 people are on the disagree side.
People are starting to choose their side.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Nemiroff posted 3 arguments, blue_rayy posted 4 arguments to the agreers part.
brik_vd, thereal, blue_rayy, sherrieshoffman02, Jericho, Maxshe88, makson and 4 visitors agree.
human and 3 visitors disagree.
And finally, android can be bought by all classes of people. ios is costly for some.
ios is a complete mess. Siri is not smart at all. Look at Google assistant and Cortana.
you can charge your android with any charger but not ios.
ios sucks. You cant emulate classic games. But you can do it on android. You can customize an android but not an ios device.
I would say they both have their pros and cons I own both. I use IPhone more but, their apps aren't as good.
the whole android is for techies thing scares people, but if you don't want to customize or root, you don't have too.
if you want to do any customization, Android is definitely the way to go, but if you just want a phone... android is just as good. all those modifications are optional, and usually slow the phone down if they get to fancy (like giving yourself an iPhone ui, or fancy animations that are awesome)
plain android is just as easy as iphone, and I don't think they ability to erase apps from any of your home screens without having to make a garbage folder as anything all too advanced. actually seems like common sense, not sure why apple left that out.
also it grinds my gears when I can't click in the middle of a word which I can do easily and with precision on android without having to hold it for a few seconds and wait for a magnifying box to pop up. waste of time. click and done. why making it hard apple for no reason?!
Apple is good for people who just want a smartphone and nothing more, for the people who like to keep it simple.
Android is for people who like to have more control over their device, and who want something that is more like a computer.
I like androids app drawer.
I don't want to have all my apps on my desktop. I don't want to look at a misc folder unless that misc is actually useful.
and if I need to find a rare app quick, I got a full list, alphabetical or whatever sorted, at the click of a button that I can cycle vertically, horizontally continuously or page by page.