1. RavenSword's Avatar
    I really do hate technology. Once a phone comes out that I buy, and new exciting one hits. Now. Not even a month in from owning my iphone 5S, the nexus 5 comes out and it's enticing me back to android.

    It seems like a great device at a great price, and I'm honestly missing certain things about android like widgets, google now, and better integration with google.

    But, I JUST got this darn iphone, and I'm on AT&T next to boot. Now I'm considering selling the iPhone, using the money to buy the nexus 5, and continue to pay off the iPhone on AT&T I would then not even have anymore -_-

    Someone talk some sense in me, lol.

    Or maybe I'll just get the nexus 5 and see how I like it compared to the 5S before selling anything.
    11-04-2013 12:06 PM
  2. metllicamilitia's Avatar
    I really do hate technology. Once a phone comes out that I buy, and new exciting one hits. Now. Not even a month in from owning my iphone 5S, the nexus 5 comes out and it's enticing me back to android.

    It seems like a great device at a great price, and I'm honestly missing certain things about android like widgets, google now, and better integration with google.

    But, I JUST got this darn iphone, and I'm on AT&T next to boot. Now I'm considering selling the iPhone, using the money to buy the nexus 5, and continue to pay off the iPhone on AT&T I would then not even have anymore -_-

    Someone talk some sense in me, lol.

    Or maybe I'll just get the nexus 5 and see how I like it compared to the 5S before selling anything.
    You are the only one that can make that decision. Believe me, I love technology and I go through the same thing. I won't be truly happy until I have a phone from all the mobile platforms. The thing you need to decide is whether or not Android is better for you or iOS. And if you're unsure and can afford it, then I would recommend carrying both for a week or two and then making your decision. I carried a Blackberry, an Android, and an iPhone for a couple weeks to make my decision to stay on iOS.


    Blazin' From Mini 2 You
    11-04-2013 12:10 PM
  3. RavenSword's Avatar
    You are the only one that can make that decision. Believe me, I love technology and I go through the same thing. I won't be truly happy until I have a phone from all the mobile platforms. The thing you need to decide is whether or not Android is better for you or iOS. And if you're unsure and can afford it, then I would recommend carrying both for a week or two and then making your decision. I carried a Blackberry, an Android, and an iPhone for a couple weeks to make my decision to stay on iOS.


    Blazin' From Mini 2 You
    The thing that stinks is the iphone and nexus 5 use different SIM card sizes. Meaning I can't have both active at the same time.
    11-04-2013 12:32 PM
  4. metllicamilitia's Avatar
    The thing that stinks is the iphone and nexus 5 use different SIM card sizes. Meaning I can't have both active at the same time.
    Run one wifi only. Granted you won't be able to text or call, but you can still play around with it.


    Blazin' From Mini 2 You
    11-04-2013 12:34 PM
  5. RavenSword's Avatar
    Run one wifi only. Granted you won't be able to text or call, but you can still play around with it.


    Blazin' From Mini 2 You
    True.

    Yeah, I'll save up for about a month or so then get the nexus 5 from google play. Hopefully by then google will have supply issues sorted out. I assume the nexus 5 will still be good a month later, lol. But the way tech moves, who knows -_-

    I'm terrible at delaying gratification, though.
    11-04-2013 12:52 PM
  6. iEd's Avatar
    It's a expensive experiment. I would stick with IOS 7 but I'm not a Android fan at all.

    You said that there are things about Android you miss. Ask yourself of there is anything you would miss about iOS.


    #Naked Tuesday
    11-04-2013 12:57 PM
  7. RavenSword's Avatar
    It's a expensive experiment. I would stick with IOS 7 but I'm not a Android fan at all.

    You said that there are things about Android you miss. Ask yourself of there is anything you would miss about iOS.


    #Naked Tuesday
    Yeah, on ios I would miss the battery life, quality of certain apps, and ease of use/fewer trouble shootings needed on my part.
    11-04-2013 01:10 PM
  8. RavenSword's Avatar
    Actually, writing that out makes me realize I wouldn't be happy giving those things up that ios has , ha ha.
    11-04-2013 01:18 PM
  9. iEd's Avatar
    Yeah, on ios I would miss the battery life, quality of certain apps, and ease of use/fewer trouble shootings needed on my part.
    These things are important vs widgets and better google integration. I like google stuff also. Maps, Google Voice,Google plus. Google Drive. I find they work great in iOS.
    The Google app for iPad is really slick everything is right there in one app. I used to use the Google Voice iPhone app on my iPad but now it's all in one with other google apps.


    #Naked Tuesday
    11-04-2013 01:21 PM
  10. RavenSword's Avatar
    These things are important vs widgets and better google integration. I like google stuff also. Maps, Google Voice,Google plus. Google Drive. I find they work great in iOS.
    The Google app for iPad is really slick everything is right there in one app. I used to use the Google Voice iPhone app on my iPad but now it's all in one with other google apps.


    #Naked Tuesday
    I can't seem to get my google mail and google calendar working with ios mail app and calendar. It's quite frustrating. I'm using fantastical on my iphone, but I don't think I can plug my google calendar into fantastical
    11-04-2013 01:54 PM
  11. kch50428's Avatar
    You need to set up GMail as an IMAP account for the stock mail app... and then do a caldav set-up for calendar
    11-04-2013 02:13 PM
  12. bizzyqu's Avatar
    I feel your pain OP, thankfully I am on Vzw so the decision has been made for me....
    11-04-2013 02:29 PM
  13. iEd's Avatar
    My google cal, mail,contacts sync flawlessly in iOS.
    When I set up my iPhone I added my gmail account in mail contacts and calendar selected what I wanted to sync as in cal, notes, etc and boom it's all there in the Native app and Fantastical. That's all I did.


    #Naked Tuesday
    11-04-2013 02:35 PM
  14. SeanHRCC's Avatar
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    11-04-2013 03:27 PM
  15. pr1nce's Avatar
    Step back from the ledge!!! I would stick with the 5S. But I can't make the decision for you. It seems like an expensive proposition. Do whatever works and makes sense for you. Good luck!
    11-04-2013 04:51 PM
  16. EauRouge's Avatar
    foster your obsession with technology, go for it! then come back. then leave again!
    bgl321 likes this.
    11-04-2013 06:56 PM
  17. Fausty82's Avatar
    Just jump and get it over with. The sooner you do that, the sooner you can come home to iOS.
    thatgirl87 and abazigal like this.
    11-04-2013 07:02 PM
  18. Algus's Avatar
    Couldn't imagine being without my widgets on my phone. iOS is strictly for play for me lol. Apple would only entice me with a phone if they'd make an iPhablet. I can't go back after getting my first taste of a monster phone. There's tons of phones out there that are cool though, it's nice to have so many choices.

    I love my Note 3 but I'd really like a Lumia to play with. I'm tempted by the tablet but really, lol Windows RT
    11-04-2013 07:46 PM
  19. thatgirl87's Avatar
    Go for it. You'll be back. Androids may look enticing, but iOS is way better in my opinion.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    11-04-2013 07:53 PM
  20. Trees's Avatar
    Looks like a nice phone. Looks like 32GB is max storage. Nexus 5 - Google

    So if you need more than that, could be a problem.
    11-04-2013 08:34 PM
  21. impaler's Avatar
    I really do hate technology. Once a phone comes out that I buy, and new exciting one hits. Now. Not even a month in from owning my iphone 5S, the nexus 5 comes out and it's enticing me back to android.

    It seems like a great device at a great price, and I'm honestly missing certain things about android like widgets, google now, and better integration with google.

    But, I JUST got this darn iphone, and I'm on AT&T next to boot. Now I'm considering selling the iPhone, using the money to buy the nexus 5, and continue to pay off the iPhone on AT&T I would then not even have anymore -_-

    Someone talk some sense in me, lol.

    Or maybe I'll just get the nexus 5 and see how I like it compared to the 5S before selling anything.
    If you want to try the Nexus 5, get one on your carrier and sell the Nexus.
    11-04-2013 08:40 PM
  22. Good OL MC's Avatar
    I really do hate technology. Once a phone comes out that I buy, and new exciting one hits. Now. Not even a month in from owning my iphone 5S, the nexus 5 comes out and it's enticing me back to android.

    It seems like a great device at a great price, and I'm honestly missing certain things about android like widgets, google now, and better integration with google.

    But, I JUST got this darn iphone, and I'm on AT&T next to boot. Now I'm considering selling the iPhone, using the money to buy the nexus 5, and continue to pay off the iPhone on AT&T I would then not even have anymore -_-

    Someone talk some sense in me, lol.

    Or maybe I'll just get the nexus 5 and see how I like it compared to the 5S before selling anything.
    I don't know your financials or what you consider to be your "hobby money," but coming from my perspective if selling your iPhone will cover the cost of the Nexus - why not? No harm if you don't end up at a loss. Both are great devices with their own shortcomings.
    11-04-2013 09:06 PM
  23. boovish's Avatar
    I really do hate technology. Once a phone comes out that I buy, and new exciting one hits. Now. Not even a month in from owning my iphone 5S, the nexus 5 comes out and it's enticing me back to android.

    It seems like a great device at a great price, and I'm honestly missing certain things about android like widgets, google now, and better integration with google.

    But, I JUST got this darn iphone, and I'm on AT&T next to boot. Now I'm considering selling the iPhone, using the money to buy the nexus 5, and continue to pay off the iPhone on AT&T I would then not even have anymore -_-

    Someone talk some sense in me, lol.

    Or maybe I'll just get the nexus 5 and see how I like it compared to the 5S before selling anything.
    Get the nexus and use an adapter for the SIM
    tack likes this.
    11-04-2013 09:28 PM
  24. Joelist's Avatar
    Just ask yourself if you like your personal information to be yours and not used to create advertising to target you. Or whether you think your private emails should be read by a company. Then the answer becomes clear - run from Android and stay FAR away from it and from Google services.
    pbdieseldr likes this.
    11-05-2013 12:08 AM
  25. BlackBerry Guy's Avatar
    If you can afford it, pick one up and use it along side or in place of your iPhone for a while. Whatever you chose, it should at least keep you happy until next fall when the next gen iPhone and Nexus come out .
    11-05-2013 01:08 AM
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