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 There's a notetaking app from Swiftkey on iOS.But yes, having tried it, it's amazing. It's extremely fast and reliable. It's something that could be implemented in the current iOS keyboard without disrupting it. And it's optional, people would use it without even knowing they are using a special keyboard. I wish Apple bought that company to integrate it in iOS!
Did you see how news of Samsung forcing a journal to remove a review for a movie against them almost passed unnoticed?
Why not make Windows phones apps? Windows 8 apps. Linux apps?Why not make fridges. Those sell well and Apple could design a beautiful fridge.
In those graphs, you can see that the most revenues comes from third party apps. Apple apps almost bring no profit to Apple especially now that they are free. The fact that they made them free simply shows that they are still meant to motivate people to use an iOS device. If someone wants to use iTunes they can on windows already. Putting it on Android would add some revenue, but remove one of the advantages of iOS, and in the end, it might be worse for Apple.
Yes, because there clearly are so many major apps on that situation. not.And anyway, I don't see why an Android-only developer might be influenced to develop for iOS because Apple makes Android apps. Doesn't make any sense.
Aren't even capable of analyzing your own comment.Apple put iTunes on Windows > pushed people to buy iPods.Apple puts Android apps in the iTunes Store > what do they gain exactly?You all need to get back to Earth. This is the stupidest idea I've heard this month.
Delusional. Samsung is only 'good' at copying. They don't have the means to develop something competitive with the PlayStore or AppStore. They can't support developers as Google does, update their OS as Google does. They don't have the level of service Google has. Anyone who thinks they can needs a reality check. Samsung is nothing without Google.
Imagine what would people say if Apple released a product, then stopped its production five months later for a new one, and stopped providing updates. I'm actually a little sad for those few first Gear buyers.
No, it's just for the small buttons close/minimize/maximize
 I had disabled all those animations before. It's not unusable but getting there. And I treated it very well in those three years.I've noticed people can get very different experiences with their products. Some said iOS6 was too slow for them when it worked perfectly for me. That said, I've trying doing a restore with no change. I'm either going to go back to iOS6 or be patient until I buy a new iPad, probably next year (with TouchID allowing for multiple users hopefully)
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