Despite the iPhone's amazing architecture, it is not always the most efficient working model for optimal users. Given the fact that we use a number of google apps like gmail, google chrome, google maps, or adwords, it makes sense to stabilize your platform with Android. Compare your iPhone or iPhone 5 for that matter with Google Nexus 4 or Samsung Note 4, and you'll spot the difference.
Here’s what a couple of people have to say about the Android platform that’s soon displacing the iOS technology, which has ruled the technosphere for a long time.
Khoi Vinh, graphic designer describes Android as “magic when the software generates a disproportionately meaningful output from that minimized input."
But Senior Vice President at Android, Chrome & Apps says it best: “I think people are delighted by walking into an airport and seeing a boarding pass from Google Now.”
Yes! Android is a practical hands-on and workable product that just gnaws away at anything that might not be working on your smartphone or tablet.
The combination of the Samsung galaxy note and of course the higher models, makes Android simple, efficient and optimized to deliver – it could be notes you want to take with a stylus, or a fast memo you want to get out through email.
Whatever your reason for using an alternate technology to the iPhone, iPad, or the iPad mini, the Android has come a long way in taking care of bugs and fixes.
The chief design person at Android, Matias Duarte said on the paulstamatiou.com blog, “I tend to find purely flat design nauseating and a hindrance to usability. There's a sweet spot to be found and Android is close to it. The visual language is very no-frills, if a little basic at times. Like all Google products, Android appears to have been designed with form following function in mind." Take a look at this comparison of Android and iOS styles.
“Responsive layouts are more popular among Android apps, but on the corollary they need to be,” says Duarte.
Other factors that rule out competition from Android is that you don’t need iTunes to manage your phone, the Google Chrome works flawlessly, and you’re always synced because we tend to use about ten Google products on any given day, ranging from adwords, Google search, to google mail. So using another platform just might not make sense.
If you own an iPhone, try experimenting with a a Google Nexus S4 and you’ll quickly understand the power of the Android. That might sound a little spacey but the fact is that Android is an advanced platform. If you’ve been used to the small screens on the early released iPhones, i.e. iPhone 3g, iPhone 3gs, iPhone 4, and iPhone 5, you will enjoy the larger screens on the Android phones from Samsung and Gogle. The Samsung Note III, and Samsung Note 4. The only thing you might miss is a high-end camera, which you obtain by upgrading to a Google Edition Samsung Galaxy S4.
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