quote: This isn't a knock against it
quote: The thing is that even mobile ad revenue is higher on iOS due to its higher online usage.
quote: I'm an Android 100% kind of guy, but I can't fault FTL for going iOS first.
quote: Aside from fanbois like you, who cares about this?
quote: FTL is boring on the PC and it's probably boring on a phone. Who cares?
quote: I don't directly care that one platform is more profitable than the other. It is the indirect side effect of it being a primary developer target platform that matters to me.
quote: It is the indirect side effect of it being a primary developer target platform that matters to me.
quote: I recall how it was browsing on Wifi battery life was the most important
quote: Since both have exlusive apps and most top apps are available on both
quote: just understand that you don't respond within a day or two, the conversation is over
quote: You're a child.
quote: You're like a teen troll on Yahoo comments.
quote: You know it seems like the more ground Apple gives up to Google, the more you change what's "important" to you.
quote: Then it was number of apps. Well Android is pretty much on par, so we don't talk about that anymore.
quote: Then it was Apple's stock price. Oh look, Google owns that. So it's no longer important.
quote: Guess what? If ~80% of the market is using Android, it DOESN'T MATTER what the "primary" developer platform is. Because even if they're all missing something, they won't ever know about it!
quote: Speaking of low-end, here's Apple's dirty little secret: A gigantic percentage of iPhone sales are old models like the iPhone 4 and 4S.
quote: The lower app and online usage patterns are something that go with a platform that is almost entirely low end though.