irishjoe wrote:Everyone else has one...
katherine2351 wrote:hatefulsandwich wrote:I've had experience with both iOS and Android. Android is more versatile, has more free apps and lets you tinker about with things like ROMs. However, I find the applications are generally of lower quality than the iOS applications. I reckon the iPhone provides a lot more consistent user experience, even if in some cases you are limited by it. I am consistently annoyed at how limited the app store is, for example, to South Africans whereas Google is a lot more open with app availability. Not that that is a concern to you.
I've used Android on a Samsung Galaxy S for a while and I've really enjoyed it, but I quite honestly think that my next phone will be an iPhone unless some really amazing Android phone is developed that trumps the iPhone. I highly doubt it.
I've used Android on a Samsung Galaxy too and now I want to use iPhone. So could any one suggest me about this. thanks.