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Facebook management apparently ordered to ditch their iPhones for Android

There’s no mention of the specific phone’s they may have been told to use, however.
Duncan ElderNovember 15, 2018873 shares
 

An Android fanboy spends an enlightening week with an iPhone

What follows is my journey from Android to iPhone — and back again.
C. Scott BrownSeptember 3, 20181090 shares
 

Report: Users leave Android for iOS because of a “better user experience” ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

I guess if your ideal user experience is whatever Apple allows you to do, then yeah, it's better.
C. Scott BrownAugust 24, 20181929 shares
 

New Apple ad takes not-too-subtle jab at Google Play Store

A new Apple ad on YouTube is a clear dig at the Google Play Store. But it's pretty much the pot calling the kettle black.
C. Scott BrownApril 25, 2018951 shares
 

Over 80% of teens don’t ‘Think Different’, prefer iPhone to Android

The results are part of a larger picture in which teens love of the iPhone gets stronger with each passing quarter.
C. Scott BrownApril 10, 20183309 shares
 

Apple App Store still making nearly twice as much money as Google Play Store

The latest report from App Annie has some good and bad news for Google and some good and bad news for Apple — and some great news for both.
C. Scott BrownApril 9, 2018607 shares
 

On first dates, iPhone users 21 times more likely to negatively judge Android users

If you are going to be on some first dates in the near future, you might want to keep your phone in your pocket the whole time.
C. Scott BrownFebruary 8, 20181877 shares
 

Does Android use more memory than iOS? – Gary explains

Android flagship devices tend to have more memory than their iPhone equivalents. Why is that? Is it because Android uses more RAM than iOS? Gary explains!
Gary SimsFebruary 2, 20171937 shares
 

Android users are twice as likely to uninstall apps than iOS users

A new report reveals that Android uninstall rates are 200 percent higher than for iOS, but you may be a little surprised by the reason behind this fact.
Kris CarlonNovember 17, 20162432 shares
 

Flirting with the iPhone 7: why I just couldn’t do it

While on holidays for a few weeks, I flirted with the iPhone 7. Hard. But by the time I got home I had already fallen back in love with Android. Here's why.
Kris CarlonOctober 15, 20163550 shares
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