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After using an i Phone for 4 yrs, got frustrated and hated (i know "hate" is a strong word!), hated, hated being handcuffed to iTunes to do anything with my i Phone.

Went to a Droid phone and in my 2nd year of use. Love the freedom of 'drag and drop'.
 
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After using an i Phone for 4 yrs, got frustrated and hated (i know "hate" is a strong word!), hated, hated being handcuffed to iTunes to do anything with my i Phone.

Went to a Droid phone and in my 2nd year of use. Love the freedom of 'drag and drop'.

Jea to hell with Itunes! I cant understand I phone users :p Well atleast in their choice concerning phones.
 
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I don't know about the apple device quality so I can't say anything about that, but I have had an iPod and that entire process of transferring music was sooooooo complicated and boring and I am scared that it is the same thing with phones. So, I am an Android fan, always had them and probably always will. I've had only Samsungs and I love them, but I am thinking of switching to something else
 
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Generally saying there are positives and negatives in both Android and iOS. Android is easier to customize, you can change almost anything, but often sells users data https://www.vpnservice.com/blog/android-phones-leak-personal-data/ and neglects our privacy, there are plenty of apps in Google Play store, that are infected with malware. iOS has an excellent user interface, it's more intuitive, but battery performance is very poor. I prefer the Apple devices mostly, but ok with Android too.
 
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Generally saying there are positives and negatives in both Android and iOS. Android is easier to customize, you can change almost anything, but often sells users data https://www.vpnservice.com/blog/android-phones-leak-personal-data/ and neglects our privacy, there are plenty of apps in Google Play store, that are infected with malware. iOS has an excellent user interface, it's more intuitive, but battery performance is very poor. I prefer the Apple devices mostly, but ok with Android too.

Privacy with Apple devices is a myth:

https://www.theatlantic.com/technol...les-hypocritical-defense-data-privacy/581680/
 
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