So your point is that you don't understand statistics, either?
There are 50 K Android apps and 225 K App Store apps. There will be some good ones and some bad ones on either platform. The best Android apps will certainly be better than the worst App Store apps and vice versa.
But, ON AVERAGE, it becomes a little clearer. A large number of the apps that Apple rejected for lack of quality are now on the Android store. So, those apps are below the average for the Apple store. That brings down the average for the Android store.
Originally Posted by RationalTroll
Do you remember life before MultiFinder?
Welcome to 1987.
Welcome to the real world - where cell phones do different things than computers.
I've been trying for months to get someone to tell me why in the world I need multitasking on a cell phone beyond what iPhone OS 3 offered. I can understand searching the web while on a phone call. Listening to iTunes while on the web or checking mail. Checking mail while on the phone. All of those things are already available on iPhone OS 3. What do you need beyond that?
The answer is always either theoretical ("sure, I would never play two action games simultaneously, but I should have the ability to do so") or a meaningless distinction ("sure, I can listen to musing with iTunes, but I want to listen to music with a different app"). Neither of those things has any real benefit to the consumer or have any meaning at all to the average cell phone user.
So please tell me specifically what multitasking that can't be done with iOS 4 (or iPhone OS 3, for that matter) is so critical.