Android’s Advantages Over iPhone – Android vs. iPhone, Part One

 

CoverLast November we moved Emu from iPhone to Android. It meant throwing out a prototype and learning a new platform; but Android removes Emu’s biggest barrier to adoption, and that was worth the trade-off. I’ve always had an iPhone. So the past six months have been a crash course in Android – as a user, a developer, and a product designer.

 

Lately I’ve seen a number of iPhone / Android comparisons suggesting that for the typical user, you can’t go wrong either way. These baffle me; I’ll get to why in future installments. But a loss is not a shut-out, and there are critical areas where Android nails it while iPhone misses the mark.

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Lately I’ve seen a number of iPhone / Android comparisons suggesting that for the typical user, you can’t go wrong either way. These baffle me; I’ll get to why in future công ty sàn gỗ việt installments. But a loss is not a shut-out, and there are critical areas where Android nails it while iPhone misses the mark.