A quick preliminary note; I am by no stretch of the imagination an Apple fan. I've been a fan of Android since the beginning. Anyway, on to the main point...
I have the new, gorgeous, amazing Galaxy Nexus and my brother has the iPhone 4 (we are exact opposites). I'm very pleased with it but one thing irks me...many things (scrolling, first and foremost) is silky smooth on iOS...always. There is NEVER glitchy or slow scrolling or transitions in general. However, many times on Android if the app isn't extremely well optimized scrolling may suffer.
Why? Is Android more difficult to code for, or harder to fully optimize? Is it because of the large variety of devices and hardware? I'll always be an Android fan, I'm just trying to understand why some apps are terribly slow and glitchy, when the iOS version of ANYTHING is perfect. Thanks fellow Droidians!
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