Sources: Windows Phone Blog, MSDN , 
quote: Remember the fiasco when some developer posted something on Google+ about "The technical reasons why is Android still laggy".. How many iterations did it take to get to "Project Butter"? Now quad-core? And it's STILL laggy? Third-parties like Samsung, multi-billion dollar companies, they can't make a skin/ROM that doesn't introduce extra lag?
quote: The CoreAudio team at Apple knows what they are doing and soon Google will be 3 or more years behind. It is entirely possible that the Android team just doesn’t understand this issue at all — this is sad — it doesn’t just effect the music production market, it has an adverse effect on the obviously larger gaming market as well....as a pro music production company in hollywood, i just came back from the NAMM show and there were a hundreds of I-os apps shown and few for android. and every software designer says that the sdk and latency issue with android is holding them back from porting their apps.
quote: Even John Carmack talked
quote: Music and video editing on a smartphone?
quote: You can harp how wonderful Google's stuff is, how it's a gift handed to you by God himself.
quote: By the way - I'd rather hit "Not Worth Reading" against every single one of your posts,
quote: Oh please, I'm no Tony Swash. I don't do that and you know it.
quote: I'm going to switch my phone over to WP8.1 this year, just so I can destroy every derisive attack you'll ever throw at me and others.
quote: You have to admit buying a brand of phone simply to piss some guy on the internet off
quote: I just hope that the announcements made by Microsoft, and the changes in Windows Phone 8.1 are the beginning of a painful decline for Android. The only thing holding Windows Phone back now is the number of apps.
quote: The only thing declining is Windows Phone. Which had a horrible holiday season, sales wise, and actually lost marketshare at the end of 2013.
quote: The platform is stagnating, withering on the vine, and you're talking about it killing Android?
quote: But like all updates to Windows Phone, it's too little too late. YEARS too late.
quote: Windows Phone deserves to be a market leader
quote: I said nothing about it killing Android. I said decline.
quote: Do you really think Microsoft are going to give up on what is the future of computing?
quote: So Microsoft's home market doesn't matter? Okay..whatever.
quote: And are you seriously going to stand your ground on 0.1% marketshare? Which is less than the margin of error!!
quote: Then why did you specifically target Android and not iOS?
quote: I think it would be a sad day when the top two market leaders present the consumer with proprietary, closed source, walled off solutions.
quote: You support Google with the same degree of fervor as Argon18 with Linux and Wazza1234 with Apple. You cannot take any dissenting arguments without, like twice-banned testerguy, treating it as a personal attack.
quote: Him, Cheesewiz, motoman, and retro are just as bad in their refusal to accept any criticism at all with "their precious"
quote: There is only one conclusion to draw from that experience - Android just isn't good enough for music playback, period.