• Brian HintonBrian Hinton, almost 6 years ago

    Actually Android is capable of that as well, and even Windows to an extent.

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    • Xavier BertelsXavier Bertels, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

      Capable. Not anywhere near good at it. Which is exactly the point.

      Those are operating systems, by the way, so that comparison doesn't really work.

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      • Brian HintonBrian Hinton, almost 6 years ago

        Google's implementation is actually significantly better than Apple on how seamlessly it integrates. Anywhere you can log into Google you can make a call, video chat, chat, receive / respond to notifications, install to any of your Android devices, and many other things.

        I may love Apple, but their integration sucks. I get a phone call on my iPhone, and my MacBook rings. AND the notification stays on my MacBook until I manually decline it, even though I already declined it on my phone. And if I have my MacBook open, and my iPhone they both ring which makes it difficult to find my phone if it's not nearby as I have to figure out which ring is the one I want.

        (Note I own an iPad Air 2, iPhone 5s, and MacBook Pro. I also have an Android phone, and tablet.)

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