Can someone who uses Android devices not also like or recommend an iPad? This site seems to think that some people don't or can't enjoy both platforms and can only use one or the other.
joshuarayer wrote: »
<p>Can someone who uses Android devices not also like or recommend an iPad? This site seems to think that some people don't or can't enjoy both platforms and can only use one or the other.</p>
How is this possible, you mean it comes with malware? and backdoors?
San Francisco security firm Bluebox Labs recently warned that after testing a dozen Black Friday bargain Android tablets from major retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, Kmart, Kohl's, Staples, Target and Walmart, it found "shocking" security flaws, malware and active backdoors installed on the new devices.
I think it's in poor faith for posters here to be making snide remarks and badmouthing the opposing platform when one of the leading sites there has recommended an Apple product.
The iPad Air 2 is clearly a spectacular product. There isn't currently the knockout on the other side of the fence like there was with the Nexus 7 in 2012, and that harms the Android tablet scene right now. With that being said, both platforms are making big strides in usability and customer experience. Lollipop is fantastic, and iOS 8 has introduced many of the features that have been lacking for a long time, like keyboards and some form of sharing (although it still trails Android's Intents feature) - competition is good, progress is better, and luckily there are options on both sides of the fence for mobile users.