Apple: Switch from Android(

over 6 years ago from Robert Anitei, UI/UX Designer @

  • Brian HintonBrian Hinton, over 6 years ago

    Compared to Android apps I can assure you iOS applications are significantly better. Outside of a few core Android apps the great majority of them are poorly implemented, and have half the value of their iOS counterparts. I recently (past month) tried to switch again. I really like Android, but I became so annoyed with the performance and usability of Android apps that I just sold my phone, and went back to my iPhone.

    One example was a game that loads instantly on iOS requires some weird additional download on start that took 5-10 minutes to download. And this happened with each update of the application. Extremely annoying...a first world problem? Yes. But annoying.

    4 points
    • Account deleted over 6 years ago

      Thats quite a good point. I barely install new apps to be honest. The most used apps I have are Insta, FB messenger and apple wallet (for plane tickets) and im sure Android would have something similar to that.

      1 point