Reminds me of the physics labs I grade every week...data that doesn't match the plots and interpretations of the data that are not only incorrect but also meaningless. Lol oooh, freshmen!
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Not to mention developers and revenue. I'm not surprised if more devs flood the Apple market and stay ahead as far as "statistics" are concerned.
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Both markets are full of terrible apps. I would say less than half in each store is actually useful. The best apps are available on both OS, unfortunately Apples version is usually superior.
Android has less number of apps, while at the same time having less quality apps.
please tell me;
Tell me a Video Editor app on Android, that just as good or better than Iphone video apps.
Tell me a 3D Video Game app on the Android thats better than a 3D App of the same genre, thats only on Iphone.
This can go on all day,,,,,, you should get the idea.
Android's problem, is that the apps just arent as good as Iphone apps. And the smaller numbers also doesnt make this any better.
I can see this isn't the smiley-happy thread it started out as...but the evolution toward an Apple-Android pissing contest was maybe just a matter of time.
The comparisons are old, tired, and probably futile (it's a matter of opinion, not fact). Please don't say "this app is better than that app" until there is an even playing field between devices and companies. At the least, any comparisons are premature until Android gets a few more years of growth. Let's all come back in 3 or 4 years, and then let the debate begin!
Meaning of gadgetrants:
(1) Goes on rants about gadgets
(2) Gadgets put him in a trants (er...um, trance)
Sure, apps on the IPhone may be better. But I personally have few if any complaints about most of my apps. Oh, and I'm a big widget user which means this whole debate is no contest.
I don't disagree the IPhone is better for games and media (a gap which is continuing to narrow). But I use my phone for communication and as a business tool, and IMO Android wins on both fronts.