Source: Best Buy
quote: First off, Android doesn't have the best mobile UI, WP8 does.
quote: OMG, widgets!
quote: Second, apps are how we use hardware. They're how we view video, interact with websites, interact with businesses and services, play games, do scheduling, do finance, do everything.
quote: Kinda of tying yourself in knots to bash Android here. Because Windows Phone, which you constantly rank higher than Android, is still to this day seriously hurting for app development. And they are the last to get those "killer apps" usually.
quote: Again, there isn't a single thing you can do on IOS that you cant with Android. There are a ton of things you can do with Windows that you cannot do with Linux
quote: Good luck with that point that you are stuck on. Your mind is closed like a clenched fist. Let me know when you are ready to pry it open and get off the best platform of 2007-2011. Its 2013 now and the world has passed you by and you cant even see it.
quote: That kind of outs your bias. You can say Android is alot of things, but considering all it does and all it supports while IOS still has its same "one way, one size, one chip, one screen, one option fits all" you cannot call it crummy. Its is FAR more complete an OS and dynamic than the walled garden IOS approach.
quote: Can you imagine a real OS that only supports a couple of different resolutions and only when doubling the initial release. That would be like MS Windows only supporting 640x480 and 1280x960. Nope, sorry, that is the only options. LOL IOS cant even deal with a different res and you think its a superior OS?
quote: You should really stop visiting tech sites, because either you aren't up to the "tech" or at least change to a platform that has more merits if you are going to blindly defend it with such vigor.