1. anon5664829's Avatar
    ?


    Carried by a raven from The Wall.
    I didn't come sprinting back:P

    So am I special? :P
    09-03-2013 04:53 PM
  2. swarlos's Avatar
    I didn't come sprinting back:P

    So am I special? :P
    Oh haha LOL very special 😝


    Carried by a raven from The Wall.
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    09-03-2013 04:54 PM
  3. RavenSword's Avatar
    I'm in the same boat. I really don't know if I want to stay on android and get a moto x or go back to IOS and get the 5S. it seems I change my opinion daily.
    maryjane2300 and anon5664829 like this.
    09-03-2013 05:38 PM
  4. maryjane2300's Avatar
    I'm in the same boat. I really don't know if I want to stay on android and get a moto x or go back to IOS and get the 5S. it seems I change my opinion daily.
    Trust me you are not alone


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    09-03-2013 06:37 PM
  5. anon5664829's Avatar
    Trust me you are not alone


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    +1
    09-03-2013 07:11 PM
  6. scmurphy13's Avatar
    I recently made the switch to iOS from Android. I used to switch phones every 2-3 weeks, and while that's fun to do, it gets boring after a while. I had settled on the HTC One and was using that for about two months. I had experience with iOS and the iPhone because I had gone through a couple 4S's while trading phones. I recently decided to switch to the 5 after getting my wife a 5 to replace her 4S. Not sure what is different because it has the same OS as the 4S, but I'm really liking it and I've decided to stay with it for a while. I'm excited for iOS 7 to come out. I've gone through Android, Windows Phone, BB, and iOS. To me, iOS and WP have always been the smoothest and most consistent. If WP had the app support that iOS has, then it would be a lot bigger than it is because it's nice and simple and it works. Anyways, rambling over. iOS is where I'll be for a while.


    Sent from my iPhone 5
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    09-03-2013 10:15 PM
  7. neonworm's Avatar
    It's all good to stray, let's you try something new then you realize that what you left was way better and you coming sprinting back flinging that POS Android device to the wind! haha!
    That is an ignorant statement.

    Sent from my Galaxy S3
    09-04-2013 07:33 PM
  8. kch50428's Avatar
    That is an ignorant statement.

    Sent from my Galaxy S3
    You one of those "Somebody dissed Android on the interwebs so I must correct them" types??
    09-04-2013 07:41 PM
  9. neonworm's Avatar
    You one of those "Somebody dissed Android on the interwebs so I must correct them" types??
    No, it is just that Android is not a POS. That is an ignorant statement.

    Sent from my Galaxy S3
    09-04-2013 07:54 PM
  10. swarlos's Avatar
    You one of those "Somebody dissed Android on the interwebs so I must correct them" types??
    Apparently!

    No, it is just that Android is not a POS. That is an ignorant statement.

    Sent from my Galaxy S3
    No it isn't an ignorant statement as I've used four flagship Android devices here count them up, first the OG Droid --> HTC Thunderbolt --> Droid Bionic --> Samsung Galaxy Nexus and out of those devices the OG Droid was the best. Sorry that I don't agree with you anymore on which OS is more awesome.

    Also if you read my post I didn't state Android itself was the POS I was referring to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus which is the POS. But you should already know that as you're using a Galaxy S3. If I did go back to Android which I won't in the foreseeable future until the singularity that is the Android update process is rectified I would get either the Moto X, HTC One or a Nexus phone and please don't use the only argument you guys have which is to get only Nexus devices or root and flash a rom because the majority of consumers don't want to do that.

    So that ignorant enough for you?!
    09-04-2013 10:13 PM
  11. neonworm's Avatar
    Apparently!



    No it isn't an ignorant statement as I've used four flagship Android devices here count them up, first the OG Droid --> HTC Thunderbolt --> Droid Bionic --> Samsung Galaxy Nexus and out of those devices the OG Droid was the best. Sorry that I don't agree with you anymore on which OS is more awesome.

    Also if you read my post I didn't state Android itself was the POS I was referring to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus which is the POS. But you should already know that as you're using a Galaxy S3. If I did go back to Android which I won't in the foreseeable future until the singularity that is the Android update process is rectified I would get either the Moto X, HTC One or a Nexus phone and please don't use the only argument you guys have which is to get only Nexus devices or root and flash a rom because the majority of consumers don't want to do that.

    So that ignorant enough for you?!
    I didn't know that you were referring to a Galaxy Nexus as the pos. It didn't seem like it.

    Sent from my Galaxy S3
    09-04-2013 11:07 PM
  12. neonworm's Avatar
    Apparently!



    No it isn't an ignorant statement as I've used four flagship Android devices here count them up, first the OG Droid --> HTC Thunderbolt --> Droid Bionic --> Samsung Galaxy Nexus and out of those devices the OG Droid was the best. Sorry that I don't agree with you anymore on which OS is more awesome.

    Also if you read my post I didn't state Android itself was the POS I was referring to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus which is the POS. But you should already know that as you're using a Galaxy S3. If I did go back to Android which I won't in the foreseeable future until the singularity that is the Android update process is rectified I would get either the Moto X, HTC One or a Nexus phone and please don't use the only argument you guys have which is to get only Nexus devices or root and flash a rom because the majority of consumers don't want to do that.

    So that ignorant enough for you?!
    What do you mean by "but you should already know that as you're using a Galaxy s3"

    Sent from my Galaxy S3
    09-04-2013 11:25 PM
  13. jamesedward318's Avatar
    I myself came back over from the gorgeous S4. I liked the device a ton and loved the camera but the Android OS was just too cumbersome for me.
    09-05-2013 03:05 PM
  14. anon5664829's Avatar
    I didn't know that you were referring to a Galaxy Nexus as the pos. It didn't seem like it.

    Sent from my Galaxy S3
    I agree with you.


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    09-05-2013 05:54 PM
  15. swarlos's Avatar
    I didn't know that you were referring to a Galaxy Nexus as the pos. It didn't seem like it.

    Sent from my Galaxy S3
    Sorry I didn't make it more clear.

    What do you mean by "but you should already know that as you're using a Galaxy s3"

    Sent from my Galaxy S3
    nevermind.
    09-05-2013 07:08 PM
  16. clealsgirl's Avatar
    Just made my way back home today. Glad to be back.


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    09-05-2013 08:58 PM
  17. david9962000's Avatar
    I will agree regarding the keyboard. I could not find a keyboard that was as accurate as the iPhone keyboard.

    It's funny how some features are better for some, the keyboard is the only thing I don't like on my iPhone, it's too narrow.
    09-09-2013 12:23 AM
  18. Richard Nieves's Avatar
    I just switched back to my iPhone 5 a couple days ago from the HTC One. I just can't get over how much better the apps are for iOS. Once you get over the vanity of the android features the iPhone is just better. Love the keyboard better also.
    You are not kidding about the apps! There is such a difference in quality for many apps! While yes, sometimes they cost a dollar or two, but they are worth it and constantly updated! Many android apps other than the big ones are not well designed, sometimes have very annoying tendencies like adding other apps to your phone, or annoying notifications, and joining viable alternatives just seems harder. I was easily able to find better versions of all my old android apps the first day I got my iPhone! They always look modern and up to date and function well too. Android has its awesome points and I was tempted with the new moto X but no here near enough to leave because once the newness of the OS goes away the usefulness of the phone really comes down to how reliable is it, and how are the apps.
    09-09-2013 01:32 AM
  19. Richard Nieves's Avatar
    Apparently!



    No it isn't an ignorant statement as I've used four flagship Android devices here count them up, first the OG Droid --> HTC Thunderbolt --> Droid Bionic --> Samsung Galaxy Nexus and out of those devices the OG Droid was the best. Sorry that I don't agree with you anymore on which OS is more awesome.

    Also if you read my post I didn't state Android itself was the POS I was referring to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus which is the POS. But you should already know that as you're using a Galaxy S3. If I did go back to Android which I won't in the foreseeable future until the singularity that is the Android update process is rectified I would get either the Moto X, HTC One or a Nexus phone and please don't use the only argument you guys have which is to get only Nexus devices or root and flash a rom because the majority of consumers don't want to do that.

    So that ignorant enough for you?!
    The nexus argument is also fairly invalid as nexus has become a gsm only phone, or at least the last one was. If I ever went back to android it would be for the Moto x because its built under the new google-Motorola which (I hope) should make the hardware/software optimization better and possibly help the android market. I owned a galaxy s2 and I will never go Samsung again. I just was not impressed for a phone I spent 200 bucks on. For me, I think android isn't a bad system at all, but the hardware is too variable, and rarely ever optimized well. This also leads to a lack of quality in apps and updates which the majority of people don't always get. I also felt I had to root my phone to get my phone working close to how I wanted because when Samsung did upgrade my phone to android 4, it was horrible. You could tell they put as little effort as possible in it. Even today, I think samsungs skins are the worst in the bunch as they still use pre-ics styling. They have gotten better but Motorola and htc have them beat 10-fold. Motorola barely uses a skin (which is nice because android did a 360 with android 4 and the holo design Is awesome) and htc uses a classy skin that feels solid and well designed for the most part. I do think android has potential and I may go back one day, but I want to feel like I buy quality and something that will last when I buy a phone, not will this phone still be supported a year into my contract and will it run reliably and have the apps I want to use. I feel like you play Russian roulette when you buy android hardware sometimes lol.
    Last edited by Richard Nieves; 09-09-2013 at 02:58 AM.
    09-09-2013 01:57 AM
  20. swarlos's Avatar
    The nexus argument is also fairly invalid as nexus has become a gsm only phone, or at least the last one was. If I ever won't back to android it would be the Moto x because its built under the new google-Motorola which (I hope) should make the hardware/software optimization better and possible help the android market. I owned a galaxy s2 and I will never go Samsung again. I just was not impressed for a phone I spent 200 bucks on. For me, I think android isn't a bad system at all, but the hardware is too variable, and rarely ever optimized well. This also leads to a lack of quality in apps and updates which the majority of people don't always get. I also felt I had to root my phone to get my phone working close to how I wanted because when Samsung did upgrade my phone to android 4, it was horrible. You could tell they put as little effort as possible in it. Even today, I think samsungs skins are the worst in the bunch as they still use pre-ics styling. They have gotten better but Motorola and htc have them beat 10-fold. Motorola barely uses a skin (which is nice because android did a 360 with android 4 and the holo design Is awesome) and htc uses a classy skin that feels solid and well designed for the most part. I do think android has potential and I may go back one day, but I want to feel like I buy quality and something that will last when I buy a phone, not will this phone still be supported a year into my contract and will it run realizable and have the apps I want to use. I feel like you play Russian roulette when you buy android hardware sometimes lol.
    Well said Richard! Touchwiz feels so dated! Why does it still look like gingerbread when Jellybean is out?!


    Carried by a raven from The Wall.
    09-09-2013 02:04 AM
  21. anon5664829's Avatar
    Well said Richard! Touchwiz feels so dated! Why does it still look like gingerbread when Jellybean is out?!


    Carried by a raven from The Wall.
    And now Kit kat.
    09-09-2013 02:14 AM
  22. swarlos's Avatar
    And now Kit kat.
    Technically just announced probably won't hear anything till they announce the next Nexus and if it looks like that mystery device from the KitKat statue video it looks ugly to me.


    Carried by a raven from The Wall.
    09-09-2013 02:48 AM
  23. Richard Nieves's Avatar
    Well said Richard! Touchwiz feels so dated! Why does it still look like gingerbread when Jellybean is out?!


    Carried by a raven from The Wall.
    I have no clue... I think they try and use their own bada design maybe? To me it looks so dated... If they want to use as little effort as possible on android skins then why creat them in the first place! Android holo UI is actually pretty slick. Make a couple color adjustments to make it unique if need be and add some features if you must but the skins not only make it look dated but also cause issues.
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    09-09-2013 03:02 AM
  24. anon5664829's Avatar
    Technically just announced probably won't hear anything till they announce the next Nexus and if it looks like that mystery device from the KitKat statue video it looks ugly to me.


    Carried by a raven from The Wall.
    Really? I liked the soft touch back, still prefer the space grey though


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    09-12-2013 02:06 AM
  25. swarlos's Avatar
    Really? I liked the soft touch back, still prefer the space grey though


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
    Yeah it just looked really ugly to me haha. Basically looked like the back of the Nexus 7.


    Carried by a raven from The Wall.
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    09-12-2013 02:20 AM
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